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15 Jan 2015

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There have been complaints that the product breaks easily.

Does the above sentence make sense?
I'm not sure if I should use "There has been a complaint that..." or "There have been complaints that..."

There have been many such complaints, not only one. However, all the complaints are about breaking easily (i.e., the contents of the "that-clause" is the same. In this case, which is correct? Please tell me a natural way to say it.

(Who made the complaints is probably "the users of the product", but it doesn't appear in the original Japanese, so I don't want to use it.

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