We are selling a place at the moment, the rangehood is faulty and 99.9% was likely to be faulty through the entire inspection process as the previous tenants were filthy pigs and may have even run it with out the filters for a while. Anyway the REA said we had to change it before settlement as it is a fixture and all fixtures must be working. I would have thought it is buyer beware, just because something is installed doesn't mean we are warranting it works 100%. The contract of sale/section 32 is very boiler plate standard one. So do we legally need to replace it? If we had mentioned it in the advertisement (e.g. ducted A/C) would it have changed this? We changed it as for the sake of $150 and 30 minutes i would rather it done and not risk delaying settlement this time of year, but interested if we had too.