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Warranty Blues:(

Discussion in 'General Nonsense' started by beesagtig, Dec 2, 2008.

  1. beesagtig

    beesagtig New Member

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    Does anyone know a way to take off the 'warranty void if removed' sticker without ripping it or anything so that if anything ever goes wrong I can just stick it back on without anyone being the wiser?
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    Usually the Warranty tag has tamper proof tape or paint to attach to, so your on your own.
    Although if your returning something to say Best Buy, no one is the wiser :roll:

    Usually posts about fooling companies is looked down on.
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  3. Gilletter

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    if you're good... use a razor blade and just get underneath it... but you do so at your own risk... and I'm assuming it's to take off a sticker to put an aftermarket cooler on or something legal...
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    beesagtig New Member

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    Yea man

    I just wanna take the sticker off so i can clean the inside of my pc and to fit some extra RAM and a RAM cooler.
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    There's no way to crack your case without voiding the warranty?

    Weak.

    Another reason not to get a Dell/HP/Gateway/whatever the fizzle.
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    First off, what computer? Are you just cracking the case? Try looking up the manufacture and see if they support upgrading the ram. Many manufactures do support this as long as they guide you or give you strict instructions.
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    beesagtig New Member

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    I called them and they said that it can't be done. I'll just void the warranty I think.

    Thanks for the help:)
  8. JC316

    JC316 Knows what makes you tick

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    Hair dryer to loosen the glue, then a razor blade to carefully pry it up. Works wonders.

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