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Warranty claim with no reciept?

teambintip Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Got a Hewlett Packard printer that is terminally ill. The warranty doens't expire until May this year but I paid cash (pc world) and can't find the reciept.

Is there any chance HP might honour a claim?
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
can't see it, my laptop died after 13 months and they would not fix it, they wanted over £200 to fix it..
#2
ukmonkey
can't see it, my laptop died after 13 months and they would not fix it, they wanted over £200 to fix it..


But my warranty is still valid though (bought in March)
#3
Well as part of a warranty you need to PROVE when you bought it - no receipt and I doubt they will do anything
#4
did they take your name and address instore?

if so it'll appear on their MCSD database.
take in the printer with a form of ID and they should be able to get it sorted.

it may be a repair from HP, it may be a straight swop depending on the cost of the printer originally
#5
slackrat77
did they take your name and address instore?

if so it'll appear on their MCSD database.
take in the printer with a form of ID and they should be able to get it sorted.

it may be a repair from HP, it may be a straight swap depending on the cost of the printer originally


Cheers :)

bargainhunter2009
Well as part of a warranty you need to PROVE when you bought it - no receipt and I doubt they will do anything


No original box either actually. Might just sell it
#6
Bank statement would do it for proof of purchase - get on your online banking

otherwise phone and speak to them, nothing to lose. I did something similar and they asked for a serial number sort of thing which verified how old it was, worth a phone call if nothing else

worst case scenario you should get a swap or credit note

good luck
#7
jonesytheblade
Bank statement would do it for proof of purchase - get on your online banking

otherwise phone and speak to them, nothing to lose. I did something similar and they asked for a serial number sort of thing which verified how old it was, worth a phone call if nothing else

worst case scenario you should get a swap or credit note

good luck


op said he paid cash - anyway, a lot of places WONT accept bank statements
#8
if they took your name and address when you bought it, just proof of ID will be enough

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