• 21 Jul, 2023

To register a product in Western Digital and claim warranty, you can follow these steps.

3 Simple Steps for Western Digital Warranty Claim:

Step 1:

  • If you're looking for your Western Digital product, you'll need to find the serial number. It's usually on the label or packaging.

  • To do this, go to the Western Digital website and select your product category and model. If you're not sure, take a look at the label or packaging to find out more. Once you've done that, make sure to register your product for a warranty and claim.

  • Western Digital usually offers warranties on their products within a certain time frame from when you buy them.

Step 2:

  • Make sure you pick the right category and model for your product, then check that it's eligible for the warranty and claim.

  • Follow the instructions and fill out the registration form with all the info you need. Don't forget to double-check the details before you submit it.

Step 3:

  • If your product is eligible for a warranty, please visit the warranty claim page on the Western digital website.

  • Once there, follow the procedure outlined, which may involve contacting customer service, submitting supplementary documentation, or beginning a return process.

  • Don't forget to keep a log of your registration, as well as any communications you have with Western Digital about your warranty claim.

Phone Number


Monday - Friday, 8AM - 7PM PST Saturday - Sunday, 8AM - 5PM PST

Contact Address

5601 Great Oaks Pkwy, San Jose,
California, 95119,
United States

What is covered under the Western Digital Warranty?

Western Digital warranties are designed to provide coverage for material and workmanship defects in their products for a specified period of time. The warranty covers the replacement or repair of the product or component that is the subject of the defect, with the exception of software or data recovery.

  • The term of your limited hardware warranty is 1 YEAR from the date of original purchase by the end-user purchaser.

What is NOT covered under the Western Digital Warranty?

Western Digital’s warranty does not include damage from abuse, accidents, unauthorized changes, natural disasters or mishandling/storage. The warranty also does not include data recoveries, consequential damages and third party products. For more information, please see their specific warranty terms.

About Western Digital

Western Digital is one of the world’s most trusted data storage brands. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Western Digital is known for its dependable and cutting-edge products. Western Digital provides a variety of storage solutions for both personal and business use. From hard drives to SSDs, Western Digital’s products are designed to meet the needs of individuals and businesses around the world.

Products of Western Digital

WD Black SN750 WD Blue SSD HDD Storage devices

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