If you want to claim a warranty from Asus, here is what you must do.
To claim a warranty from Asus, first, you need to request an RMA number by providing the serial number of your product.
Once you obtain the RMA number, get the shipping label along with the tracking number by providing the RMA number and choosing the appropriate shipping method.
Now you will need to ship the products to the service center mentioned in the RMA. It is important to note that Asus doesn’t require the returns to be in their original packaging.
However, the company doesn’t warrant any damages during the shipment. So you need to pack the products with due attention.
For quick identification of your issues, the RMA number and the shipping label have to be mentioned and attached outside the box.
Note that the RMA number is valid only for 30 days of its issuance. You have to ship the product within that period.
The company has excellent and skilled technicians to offer free technical support if your products are found to be defective and still under the warranty window. You can get an update on your repair directly from their experts.
Please note that sending products to their repair center doesn’t mean that the repair will be done free of charge. They will verify the products upon return, and verify their warranty period and your requests. If they find product ineligible, the request will automatically considered as “out of warranty”.
Asus has a dedicated and diversified support team to address all their customer’s issues. You can simply contact them through any of the media such as email, contact form, or call at your convenience.
Asus’s warranty begins and is effective from the date of issuance of the invoice. It is advisable to keep the invoice safe to protect your rights as a customer. They offer diversified warranties for plans such as Local Accident Damage Protection, Local On-site service, Battery Service Package, and Asus Premium Care – exclusively for their customers. You can choose and purchase one which suits you best to extend the lifespan of your products.
12-Months Warranty - Notebook, Desktop, All-in-one PCs.
24-Months Warranty - Projectors.
36- Months Warranty - LCD Monitors, Networking, Motherboard, Graphic Card.
Asus gives no guarantee of providing a warranty for the products without or with tampered labels. Unauthorized modifications and alterations are not covered by this warranty. Some other damages that are not covered by the warranty may include damage by war, fire, accident, misuse, negligence, improper maintenance, natural disaster, and electrical surge. The company doesn’t promise a warranty for any data loss. Errors or malfunction caused by computer virus infection, installing unauthorized software, or making changes to settings is unrecoverable. Other products that don’t come under the warranty policy of Asus are cables and circuits left exposed to moisture or liquid.
Asus is a leading multinational computer hardware and consumer electronics company with its headquarters in Taiwan. The company is known for its innovative ideas and products. The company has been making significant advancements in virtual and augmented reality products. They have also proved themselves in IOT devices and robotics technologies. With their dedication and utmost commitment, they have topped as the world’s No.1 motherboard and gaming brand. And, they are one of the top three notebook vendors.
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