The right to repair, where consumers have the option to choose who fixes their products rather than just the manufacturer, is growing in the US, UK and European Union.
But some companies argue that they need to keep their intellectual property confidential or there could be safety concerns with third-party repairs.
BBC Click’s Cody Godwin reports.
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