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    Mouse Warranty

    Recently I had a Logitech mouse with a 3 year warranty replaced after it failed after a year of use.

    I would like to know if the replacement mouse comes with a new 3 year warranty or does it fall under the original warranty and I would then have two years left of the original 3 year warranty ???
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    I would ask Logitech. I believe they have a contact us link on their web site. I also replaced one of their mice a few months ago. It's nice to have that availability.

    edit: There is a contact link at the bottom of their main mouse page. Two pages later there are email and phone support links.
    Last edited by Medico; 2012-07-11 at 06:54.
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    I figured I would get a faster answer here.
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    I do not know the answer, but would be interested in it.
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    most warranties only last for the duration stated for the first item a replacement only gets whats left of the warranty. Otherwise they would be giving a lifetime warranty which would be stated.
    Last edited by curiousclive; 2012-07-11 at 10:48.
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    The warranty remains as per the original purchase, it does not start again. Just had keyboard and mouse replaced and they made it quite clear on more than one occasion.

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    Well, that settles that...

    I had a feeling that was the case..

    Logitech has a 3 year warranty so I have two years left...
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