If you're planning to make a warranty claim with Microsoft, here is how you can claim.
The process for claiming a warranty with Microsoft is quite straightforward. Navigate to the “Order History” page on your Microsoft account, where you can find the products you have purchased.
Now choose the product you want to claim and select the “request a return” option. Please note that if the product is not listed, it may not be eligible for the claim.
Follow the instructions given on the screen in order to obtain a prepaid shipping label which is essential for the return. If you don’t get the prepaid shipping label, please contact support.
Microsoft will verify the product after they receive it. If they find the product is eligible, they will process the replacement or refund. In the case of a refund, the full amount will be credited to the original payment option, excluding the original shipping and handling charges.
You can track your return status on the Order History page itself.
The refund typically takes 3–5 days to reflect in your account. Please be advised that it is not possible to return individual items from within a bundle.
For Microsoft’s Surface products, you can claim both warranty and service by submitting this form, with all the details including product, product version, and serial number filled accurately.
You can also download the Surface App where you can find the Warranty & Service option to submit your request. Make sure to register your product before submitting the claim.
Keep in mind that, if you have purchased the products from another organization, please contact them (particular organization) for the returns and refunds. For any inquiries or concerns, get assistance promptly from the Microsoft Support Community.
Every Microsoft device and accessory is accompanied by a Standard Limited Warranty. Microsoft Complete offers extended hardware coverage for hardware and accidental damages. The warranty coverage of Microsoft includes mechanical breakdowns, technical support (90 days of software and 1 year of hardware telephone support), and advanced exchange support. Notably, post-purchase, you'll gain access to limitless technical support directly from Microsoft. The protection of Surface Devices typically begins from the date of purchase. Microsoft encourages you to extend the coverage and enhance the lifespan of your Surface devices by opting for one of their plans.
90 Days of Technical Support – Surface-branded Accessory.
1-Year Warranty — Surface-branded Accessory.
As mentioned, Surface Devices are backed by a 1– year warranty. However, physical damages or liquid damages on your devices are not covered by the standard limited warranty unless your device is protected by any accidental damage plan. It is also important to note that theft is not within the scope of Microsoft’s warranty coverage.
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