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    Default is ACER warranty transferable?

    Hi,

    Is the basic warranty transferable?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: is ACER warranty transferable?

    No I belive it's not. It would say if it was, like on the Dell site.

    But nowhere does Acer mention that, thus I belive it's not. But you can give Acer support a ring and ask them for yourself.
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    Default Re: is ACER warranty transferable?

    I am selling a system, which is still in warranty.

    I can't believe Acer's warranty is so bad. First, people have to pay shipping to mail the product to TX. Now, I learned that the warranty isn't transferable...

    This is really cheap, disgusting.


    Quote Originally Posted by adinu View Post
    No I belive it's not. It would say if it was, like on the Dell site.

    But nowhere does Acer mention that, thus I belive it's not. But you can give Acer support a ring and ask them for yourself.

 

 

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