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Registered: ‎09-02-2015
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How is non-sony authorized dealer shopsmarttvs.com able to provide manufacturer warranty?

How are vendors like shopsmarttvs.com, ******nalpc.com and so on able to claim to provide manufacturer warranty even though they are not listed in Sony's authorized dealer list? Their prices are quite the bargain but unless warranty is included it's more of a trap I guess. 

Can I still buy from them and expect Sony to honour the warranty?

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Re: How is non-sony authorized dealer shopsmarttvs.com able to provide manufacturer warranty?

Hi PhantomXS,

 

Welcome to Sony Community!

 

Sony has a 1 year limited manufaturer's warranty on all brand new products. Whether you buy it to an authorized dealer or not as long as you have the receipt that proves you purchase it in less than a year then we should honor it. You just need to call the Sony Technical Support for assistance. 

 

Hope this helps.

 

Regards,

Jen

 

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Registered: ‎04-19-2017
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Re: How is non-sony authorized dealer shopsmarttvs.com able to provide manufacturer warranty?

I like your answer! But, I am considering purchasing a high-end Sony TV, and want to be certain I don’t end up with a Sony-branded boat anchor. I wanted to be sure your policy is still true, and I have some follow-up questions to be sure I can clearly be within terms of warranty.

 

This class of web vendors in question are middle vendors, and not listed on the Sony Authorized Dealer web page. I have the experience of purchasing a Sony-competitor brand, high-end TV from such a web company, and was able to get excellent factory service.

 

These middle web vendors claim Sony TVs are purchased new from authorized distributors. The Sony warranty says a “bill of sale from the original end user purchase” is an option for warranty coverage validation. Here are the questions:

 

  1. Is my receipt directly from the middle web vendor sufficient for getting Sony warranty service?
  2. Alternately, do I need to have the receipt showing the transaction between middle web vendor and Sony-authorized distributor? This option seems insurmountable given the competitive implications of exposing supply sources.

Thanks!

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