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    Question Warranty must have receipt to be valid? How to sell items in same receipt separately?

    Warranty must have receipt to be valid? How to sell items in same receipt separately?

    For e.g. I bought my body and flash unit together and they appear in the same receipt, if I want to sell my flash unit, I can pass the warranty card to the new owner but what about the receipt? It's mentioned in the warranty card that original receipt must be present for the warranty to be valid. Can a photocopy work?

    TIA for any inputs!
    :cry:

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    Default Re: Warranty must have receipt to be valid? How to sell items in same receipt separat

    Quote Originally Posted by mrfatty View Post
    Warranty must have receipt to be valid? How to sell items in same receipt separately?

    For e.g. I bought my body and flash unit together and they appear in the same receipt, if I want to sell my flash unit, I can pass the warranty card to the new owner but what about the receipt? It's mentioned in the warranty card that original receipt must be present for the warranty to be valid. Can a photocopy work?

    TIA for any inputs!
    No problem.
    Remember the date,year and timeof the day which u bought these items.
    Then call the outlet and get them to backtrack the sales record for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotaboy View Post
    No problem.
    Remember the date,year and timeof the day which u bought these items.
    Then call the outlet and get them to backtrack the sales record for you.
    I see. So I get them to generate one more receipt for me?
    :cry:

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    Default Re: Warranty must have receipt to be valid? How to sell items in same receipt separat

    Quote Originally Posted by mrfatty View Post
    I see. So I get them to generate one more receipt for me?
    Yes,get them to generate another one for u.
    If they ask,just cut it short saying u want to have those item insured but lose the original receipt.
    Try to make it a one time,multiple times and people get pissed.

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    Default Re: Warranty must have receipt to be valid? How to sell items in same receipt separat

    Ah I see. Ok ok that'll be great. Thanks a lot for the help!
    :cry:

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    Default Re: Warranty must have receipt to be valid? How to sell items in same receipt separat

    In the future, when buying multiple items, ask for separate receipts ...

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    Default Re: Warranty must have receipt to be valid? How to sell items in same receipt separat

    Quote Originally Posted by eawtan View Post
    In the future, when buying multiple items, ask for separate receipts ...
    Yup! Now that I am thinking of selling some of the items, I know that in future I must ask for separate receipts!
    :cry:

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    Default Re: Warranty must have receipt to be valid? How to sell items in same receipt separat

    Quote Originally Posted by mrfatty View Post
    Warranty must have receipt to be valid? How to sell items in same receipt separately?

    For e.g. I bought my body and flash unit together and they appear in the same receipt, if I want to sell my flash unit, I can pass the warranty card to the new owner but what about the receipt? It's mentioned in the warranty card that original receipt must be present for the warranty to be valid. Can a photocopy work?

    TIA for any inputs!
    Yes .. a photocopy will work. Thus, best before you sell, just pass your new buyer the photocopied version.

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