Originally Posted by iautotron
How are we to interpret this?
Operative phrase: "...for this specific issue"
Does the two-year warranty apply to:
or ONLY those with SNs WAN38 - WAN 48?
Originally Posted by Internet2
Glad I cancelled my square trade warranty within a day. I didn't get my TV from Costco so the square trade warranty cost me around $95 but it starts on the day you purchased the TV..thats a lost of one year on a three year square trade warranty ( first year TV has it already). Now Vizio gives two year warranty if a problem...that would mean I paid square trade warranty $95 for just one year....wasn't worth it to me with two years now square trade warranty is really one year.
That's why I was asking about just "who" is covered.
I also bought a three-year Square Trade Warranty on January 23, and according to Square Trade:
Originally Posted by SquareTrade
"Cancel Anytime In the first 30 days, you may cancel for a full refund. After that, you are reimbursed the unused part of your protection plan. For example, if you cancel your 3-year service plan, after 18 months with no claims, you'll get 50% of your money back."
So, if the two-year warranty were to also cover me (WAN50), I still have almost two weeks left in which I would cancel Square Trade and just go with the two-year Vizio coverage and save myself $89 bucks, otherwise, for all intents and purposes, I'm only getting a one-year warranty, but paying for three.
However, it appears the two-year warranty is limited to only those sets within the parameter of the affected SNs, which is why I was asking for an "interpretation".
(This overlap of coverage for the first year with Vizio and Square Trade running concurrent is just not setting well with me. Square Trade should pick-up where Vizio's warranty stops, after one year. I have a feeling that policy is going to change real soon when enough owners realize they're not getting their money's worth from Square Trade)