AQUOS Warranty...

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    By the way - I assume this will be old news but if you buy an AQUOS LCD (probably restricted to certain models but the list seems to cover all sizes of GD1E, GA3E, GA4E and HV4E that I've seen for sale) between 18/09/04 and 24/12/04 then Sharp have a form to fill in for a free 3 year warranty rather than 1 year.

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    Do you have to buy from any specific place? I'm thinking of getting an Aquos GA4E.
     
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    The details I found were on the Sharp website so it's a manufacturers "offer" - not a dealer offer.

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    I have taken delivery of a LC-37GA4E this week and it is supposed to have a 3 year warranty. The card in the box only says 1 year, so I just emailed them to check. I will let you know what they say.
     
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    The shop I bought my LC32GD1 from had the forms next to the Sharp models on display.
    I've mailed mine off, only gripe I have with the offer is the need to send your original (no photocopy) receipt, hopefully it doesn't get lost in the post. I'd of prefered to send it recorded delivery but it's a freepost address...
    Hopefully Sharp haven't employed some dodgy staff to handle the claims, I paid for the TV on my credit card so all my card details are on the receipt.

    Sharp have the form on their website. Click here for a direct link to the PDF...
     
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