No, for all warranty replacements you would need an itemized copy of your proof of purchase. This is to prove you are the original purchaser and you are within the warranty period. However, you might still be able to reach out to the place you originally purchased your item from (with your transaction date and card number) and get a copy of the itemized proof of purchase for a warranty.
I do not have my receipt anymore. Can I still get a replacement under the warranty? Print
Modified on: Wed, 9 Mar, 2022 at 11:20 AM
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