To register a product in SANYO and claim warranty, you can follow these steps.
To initiate a Sanyo warranty claim, you need to provide your name, email, phone number, address, product type, inquiry, model, case and serial number, and purchase date when registering on the registration form.
Sanyo TVs do not need to be registered if they have a model number ending with 'T' or were purchased before 2014.
The Sanyo website offers distinct registration steps for products with unique model numbers.
As soon as you input the model number, you will gain access to a wide array of resources, including user manuals, informational leaflets, and firmware updates.
Feel free to browse their store whenever you plan to purchase accessories such as remote controls and replacement stands for your televisions.
You can find comprehensive answers to a wide range of questions on the FAQs page, including those related to topics like the V-chip or parental controls, smart TVs, setting the display language, TV repair, troubleshooting HDMI connection issues, and more.
Please reach out to the Sanyo customer service center to have your doubts and questions addressed and clarified.
The warranty provides coverage for damage resulting from defects in production and materials that occur between the delivery date and the conclusion of the warranty period. If any defects arise during the warranty period, Sanyo will undertake the necessary repairs or provide a replacement for the products.
1-year warranty for most of the products
The warranty program does not extend coverage to products that have been modified, altered, or used in a manner contrary to Sanyo's guidelines. Additionally, it excludes failures or damage resulting from fire, earthquakes, storms, floods, lightning, other natural disasters, pollution, salt damage, gas-related damage (such as sulfidizing gas), abnormal voltage, or the use of unspecified power supplies. The warranty does not apply in cases where Sanyo products are not used as intended or in accordance with the provided instruction manual. It also does not cover damage or product failure resulting from mishandling, including being dropped during transportation by the customer or due to impact.
Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., an electronics manufacturer established in 1947 by Toshio Iue, who was the brother-in-law of Kōnosuke Matsushita, the founder of Panasonic, is a prominent Japanese company. Although it was initially founded in Japan, Sanyo has been marketing televisions in the United States for over half a century. Sanyo TV USA had its headquarters in San Diego, California, and had manufacturing facilities in Tijuana, Mexico. Many of Sanyo's television sets offer MHL compatibility and are branded as Roku-ready via HDMI. This means that these TVs are compatible with Roku's MHL-specific streaming stick. In some cases, like with the Sanyo FVF5044, this stick is included with the purchase, providing an affordable alternative to certain smart TVs for video streaming and other online functions. Additionally, the TV's original remote control allows for easy navigation of the service. Several models also come equipped with USB ports, enabling convenient photo sharing directly from the stick without the need for any additional software or upgrades.
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