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Kenton buys a calculator from an electronics store. When he gets it home, he finds it does not work. He goes to return the calculator at the store for a full refund, but the store's policy does not accept returns of calculators. Kenton was not informed of the no-return policy at the time of the purchase. Have Kenton's consumer rights been violated? Why or why not? A.) No; the store is not legally obligated to inform consumers of its return policy. B.) No; the store did not recommend the calculator to Kenton. C.) Yes; the implied warranty of merchantability has been violated. D.)Yes; the store

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