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therain01
post Today, 05:01 PM

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I just double check my amoron battery it is amaron Pro. Saw a seller offering amaron Pro battery warranty from 18 months to 24 months.

Just wondering if anyone know is there anyway to get the battery warranty if I lost the proof of purchase? I saw a white sticker with some sort of serial number on top of the battery. Not sure if that can be used to trace the purchasing date.
wkc5657
post Today, 05:18 PM

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QUOTE(therain01 @ Jan 16 2019, 05:01 PM)
I just double check my amoron battery it is amaron Pro. Saw a seller offering amaron Pro battery warranty from 18 months to 24 months.

Just wondering if anyone know is there anyway to get the battery warranty if I lost the proof of purchase? I saw a white sticker with some sort of serial number on top of the battery. Not sure if that can be used to trace the purchasing date.
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Proof of purchase (usually means invoice/receipt) is pretty much a must for any warranty claims, unless the seller out of goodwill willing to take in.


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post Today, 05:21 PM

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QUOTE(therain01 @ Jan 16 2019, 05:01 PM)
I just double check my amoron battery it is amaron Pro. Saw a seller offering amaron Pro battery warranty from 18 months to 24 months.

Just wondering if anyone know is there anyway to get the battery warranty if I lost the proof of purchase? I saw a white sticker with some sort of serial number on top of the battery. Not sure if that can be used to trace the purchasing date.
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You must enquire from the seller as to how is it possible for the same seller to have 2 different warranty periods on the same battery model ? How do they keep track of which is which ?

If it's via your credit card 💳, check against the statement surely something like a name as a proof of purchase will turn up.

If it's via cash 💰, then just get back to the seller whom you got your Amaron from. The seller would have some information on the serial number right since it was through him ?

The Amaron that I wanted to clean, was an Amaron Pro and there was no date on that unit too, which I find was strange. Century batteries are immediately dated via engraving on the unit the moment payment is made.

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