M-fil-200: any warranty certificate/paper?

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  1. Marius_Hancu

    Marius_Hancu G.O.A.T.

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    Bought an M-fil 200 from the auction site (US seller, good feedback).

    Seller tells me the Dunlops don't come with a warranty certificate/paper? Is that true?

    She tells me in case of probs, I need to return it to her, her to distributor, distributor to Dunlop, which will determine if it's a reasonable breakage.

    Other seller post that such racquets come with a 1yr warranty, but I'm not sure if any warranty certificate/paper (except for the bill of sale) is accompanying the racquet or should.

    Any pointers to verify the authenticity? Holograms, etc?
     
  2. basil J

    basil J Hall of Fame

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    All new Racquets should come with a warranty card.
     
  3. alfa164164

    alfa164164 Professional

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    Can't remember the last time I've seen an actual warranty card, your receipt should suffice.
     
  4. danix

    danix Semi-Pro

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    I'll second that, this goes for frames from both physical stores as well as online.
     
  5. adamvann

    adamvann Rookie

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    Marius my M-Fils did not come w/ a card

    I've bought 3 in the last 3 weeks 1 from one online retailer and two from TW. Neither company provided me w/ warranty cards. Hope that helps.

    Adam
     
  6. BreakPoint

    BreakPoint Bionic Poster

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    I also can't recall any new racquet of any brand that came with a warranty card, except for the older Wilson ProStaff 6.0's, and that was just a card that stated it had a one year warranty, but it was not a "warranty card" in that you don't need the card to receive warranty service, just a dated receipt from an authorized dealer.
     
  7. Marius_Hancu

    Marius_Hancu G.O.A.T.

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    really helps to relax me, as I was looking for someone with same racquet:)
    thank you all.
     
  8. jonolau

    jonolau Legend

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    In my experience, most of the time when warranties are challenged, I would usually send the racquet back to where it was bought from and they would know how to sort it out with the agent/manufacturer.
     
  9. joe1987

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    Both my Lm rad. came with warrenty cards. Bought from a authorized dealer.
     

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