Originally Posted by rishi76
Thanks for the quick response. Is the warranty void only for any issue arising due to the modification (if I went that route), or would it void all warranty including any other issue in the future?
It really depends on the circumstances. Like I said, if any issue that arises is determined to have been caused, in whole or part, by your alteration or modification of our screen, and we have not explicitly asked you to make that said alteration, then it will most likely cause the warranty to be voided. I wouldn't be able to tell you if a specific issue that arises would be covered or not by the warranty any more until we diagnose and assess that particular situation. I would advise caution, however, because every problem I can think about, save maybe 1 or 2, that could come up, could be directly related to a miss-wire in the power cable being reattached, which could cause an over-voltage or an under-voltage going in to the screen itself, which would cause the screen to either work improperly, or not at all (you stand a high chance of damaging circuitry if too much voltage is going in). It's not "common" for these issues to arise, as rewiring a power cable is fairly simple - most consist of only 2-3 wires - but as I have said we have actually, fairly recently, come across a customer with an issue with his screen that we determined to be caused by an overloaded box when his electrician rewired it, so it's not entirely impossible. I would say... as long as we can determine all of the electrical components are still fully functional, and your issue is with a mechanical failure or something of that sort, then it should still be covered by the warranty. The safest bet would be to ensure you get a warranty from your electrician when he does this modification, so you are still protected from all avenues.