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Emma Brands LLC
PAWNIX - Limited Warranty

What Does This Warranty Cover? This warranty covers any defects or malfunctions in your new PAWNIX Noise-Cancelling Headset for dogs.

How Long Does The Coverage Last?

We provide a 6-months warranty from purchase for any quality issues with our electronic.  Coverage terminates if you sell or otherwise transfer the headset.

What Will E.B.LLC & PAWNIX Do?

We will replace any defective or malfunctioning part at no charge.

What Does This Warranty Not Cover?

Batteries, or any problem that is caused by abuse, misuse, dog distruction, water damage, or an act of God (such as a flood, rain, tornados) are not covered. Also, consequential and incidental damages are not recoverable under this warranty. 

How Do You Get Service?

If something goes wrong with your PAWNIX Noise-Cancelling Headphones,  you will need reach out to PAWNIX@PAWNIX.com for shipping instructions.

Once the headphones are returned, we will inspect your PAWNIX Noise-Cancelling Headphones and contact you within 72 hours to give the results of our inspection. If find the unit defective or malfunctioning, we will ship you a new electroning to you within 72 hours.

There is no charge for inspection.

How Does State Law Apply?

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

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The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act is the federal law that governs consumer product warranties. Passed by Congress in 1975, the Act requires warrantors of consumer products to provide consumers with detailed information about warranty coverage. In addition, it affects both the rights of consumers and the obligations of warrantors under written warranties.

 

The Act and the Rules establish three basic requirements that may apply to you, either as a warrantor or a seller.

  1. As a warrantor, you must designate, or title, your written warranty as either "full" or "limited."

  2. As a warrantor, you must state certain specified information about the coverage of your warranty in a single, clear, and easy-to-read document.

  3. As a warrantor or a seller, you must ensure that warranties are available where your warranted consumer products are sold so that consumers can read them before buying.

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