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Denon Receiver Warranty

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by krungthep56, Nov 27, 2004.

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    Am currently considering buying a Denon receiver from an overseas supplier: does anyone know if their products have to be purchased through an authorsed vendor for the warranty to be valid?
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    I would of thought that would apply to any equipment whether bought abroad or at home.

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    I understand that Denon only has a limited number of officially 'approved' retailers - does this mean that all other suppliers have warranties that would not be honoured? How does this affect the internet retailers??
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    I think that when you purchase equipment from a Retailer whever it's from a shop or online that item comes with the Manufacturers Warranty so they just send it back to say Denon / Pioneer / Yamaha and they have to honour it!!!
    Maybe someone else can be a little more specific than me?

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    My (some what limited) understanding would be the warrenty would be valid but would be under the law of the country you bought the item from.

    So if you buy something from say Nauru which has a say a 3 month warrenty as standard then that is what you would get (unless the manual says otherwise) rather than the UK standard 12 month warrenty.
     
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    Just make sure its 240V and not 110V from the US!! Not all units are dual voltage switching. Units made for the UK.Europe often have the ability to switch voltages. The same cannot be said of units made or destined soley for the US.
     

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