Someone pointed out that most stores will not accept returns, and that this has been a hassle in the past.
Look at it this way.
If the product is misrepresented, and does not do what it claims to do, or what the salesperson claimed it would do, they *MUST* take it back. The sale was fraudulent.
If, on the other hand, you bought it in good faith, and they made no misrepresentation, they are under no obligation to accept a return. The same can be said for *any* product you purchase. When you buy a TV from wal-mart, then decide it's too big for your room, the only reason they take it back is because the store stated during the sale that you may return it. Other than the fact that they agreed to accept a return prior to the sale, they are under no legal obligation to accept the return of something sold under fair and legal pretenses.