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Had the warranty for the 1st gen kindle - was told that they didn't cover it anymore because it was 'obsolete'. At the rate they're changing them, 2 years from now they'll have 3 other versions.
The 3rd gen will be obsolete. Why bother?
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Initial post: Nov 20, 2010 5:48:46 AM PST
Jeffrey Johnson says:
Very good point; the life cycle of technology is barely 9 months, forget about 2 yrs. I think I will settle for the 1yr warranty that comes with the unit.
Posted on Dec 25, 2010 11:34:43 PM PST
Do you mean to say that you had the extended warranty for the 1st generation Kindle and when you made a claim they offered you nothing? If that is indeed what happened, that's a crock.
Posted on Jun 26, 2011 1:01:05 AM PDT
I thought the first poster mentioned the warranty said they would pay for an updated version if that was what was required. If they actually told you your 1st kindle was obsolete and for THAT reason they would not honor the agreement, the warranty, I would agree, is essentially worthless (and perhaps fradulent).
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