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Taking out extra year warranty... infocus!

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by martian1, Mar 11, 2005.

  1. martian1

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    I have a infocus projector and want to take out the extra years cover [3 years in total] i have registered my projector online but i am confused as to were i apply for extra years cover, site isn't that clear about this and i don't want to shell out for an extra year i already have ie 1yr to 2year.
    Anyone done this ...Help please! :smashin:
     
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    Hi

    If I'm not mistaken this link should take you to the page to purchase an extra years warranty it covers all new infocus projectors

    "1 year warranty extension - EU

    Protect your investment for longer with this 1 year warranty extension for all new InFocus and ASK Proxima projectors.
    " ​

    Anyway here's the link hope it helps

    http://store.digitalriver.com/servl...ge&SiteID=infocus&productID=33946900&Env=BASE
     
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    dont see all the fuss in extended warranties. You could always just us your household contents insurance to cover it
     
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    I'm not sure if home contents insurance would cover mechanical faults that my be covered by a specific manufacturers garuantee. Although I may be wrong!!
     
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    Thanks for the link looks like the one. I will contact infocus to make sure. :smashin:
     

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