The Office of Fair Trading has commenced a review of competition in the market for domestic electrical goods and the aftermarket for warranties and repairs. In 1998, following an investigation into competition in the sector by the Monopolies and Mergers Commission, an Order concerning restrictive agreements and conduct was adopted. This was followed by a review into extended warranties in 2002 which resulted in a package of remedies. The object was to prevent suppliers of brown and white electrical goods from recommending resale prices and limiting their ability to refuse to supply dealers. The structure of the market has changed since the order was introduced, particularly with the advent of online sales. The aim of the current review is to assess the need and appropriateness of the present regulatory regime. It is expected that a focal point will be issues concerning extended warranties and out of warranty repair.