tv If I bought this plan does it mean all in all its a 6 years warranty plan right? is it going to add the one year warranty?
asked by J. M. De Leoz on July 30, 2011
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No. They are really selling you a 4 year extended warranty because for the first year the TV is covered by the manufacturer's warranty. This is the way all extended warranties seem to be set up and it is very deceptive for them to call it a 5 year warranty when it is actually a 4 year warranty that takes effect after your one year manufacturer's warranty expires. I'm not sure of why warranty companies are allowed to deceive or confuse consumers this way.
A.M. Murray answered on June 30, 2012
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no. 5 years since you purchase the plan.
GSD Wood answered on June 4, 2012
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