Suppliers/agents are bound by the CGA for 6mths, tho RTB can be up to one year. That's "reasonable time period".
After that you're covered by the manufacturer & subsequent RMA's are made through the local agent, which in F&P's case is Noel Leeming.
F&P paid for your repairs, not NL. The fact NL are F&P's agents is mere coincidence. NL were also well within their rights to refuse a CGA claim after 1yr. Suppliers cannot be held indefinitely.
This is rich coming from someone who's blatantly making things up. Can you please cite the relevant section of the Consumer Guarantees Act that tells us conclusively that Noel Leemings may refuse a CGA claim after 1 year? And I didn't know that the Disputes Tribunal has ever definitively pronounced on suppliers/agents being bound by the CGA across all goods for 6 months only.