Camcorders extended warranty (Argos)
- Product / Term / Purchased Price Range
- Manufacturer's Warranty
- 2 years
- 5 years
- Warranty Price
- £30 (£30 annually)
- £60 (£60 annually)
- YesNew For Old Replacement
If a repair is approved, but your product can’t be fixed or if it will cost more to repair it than to replace it, you could get a product of the same or similar make and specification
- Parts & labour Parts & Labour Included
- Does the Extended Warranty cover the cost of replacement parts, labour or both?
- £0.00Excess Charge Per Claim
- Is there an excess fee that you must pay if you claim?
- YesNo Fault, No Charge
- If you make a claim and there is no fault or the problem is not covered will there be no charge
- NoLoan Product Available
- If the product is taken away for repair will you be entitled to a loan product?
- The areas of the UK that the Extended Warranty covers?
- YesAvailable On Products Purchased Elsewhere
- Is the Extended Warranty available to buy on products bought from any retailer?
- No guaranteed repair timeRepair Commitment
- Are there any maximum repair time commitments offered under the Extended Warranty?
- YesMishaps Included
- Are you protected against mishaps or accidents?
- YesUnlimited Repairs
- Does the Extended Warranty provide for unlimited repairs?
- NoAnnual Health Check / Valet
- Does the Extended Warranty provide for maintenance checks or valet?
- YesHelpline Support
- Does the Extended Warranty provide a telephone support service?
- NoUnlimited replacements
- Does the Extended Warranty provide for unlimited replacements?
- Internet, Store, Telephone Availability
- Where can you purchase the Extended Warranty?
- Other Information
- Free delivery and recycling on product replacement. Technical support for your computers. Exclusive Argos and D & G benefits.
Breakdown Care Camcorder £400 - £499.99 Looks after breakdowns of your item occurring after the one year manufacturer's guarantee.
Includes damage caused by accident from the date of purchase (excluding cosmetic damage).
Lasts for s (inclusive of the one year manufacturer's guarantee).
If it breaks and can’t be fixed, or will cost more to repair than to replace, you could get a new one or Argos vouchers to replace it (to the value of Argos's current retail price of a replacement of the same or similar make and specification).
Easy service request process - just ring the service request line, as detailed in your plan document.
Is for domestic use (unless otherwise agreed with the provider).
Your plan starts immediately; you have up to 45 days to change your mind and receive a full refund provided no service request has been made.
Alternatively, a plan can be bought up to 45 days from the original date of purchase - just return to store with your (original) receipt or call Argos Direct.
You can cancel your Breakdown Care Plan any time after 45 days and receive a pro-rata refund by contacting Domestic & General Services Limited. Once a replacement has been given under your plan, your plan will end and no refund will be given.
Can be purchased by anyone 18 years old or over.
Provided by Domestic & General Services Limited.
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