Wowsers, Warranties are only as good as your documentation vs. the Warranty. Check out the current problem I am having with Harris Batteries (thread: Can Zero Maintenance Batteries be used as house batteries). You can have a warranty but the company can deny honoring it because ________ (fill in the blank, in my case because it is in a Thor product).
In general, document everything you are told about the Warranty. Specifically with my problem...check your house batteries and hope you do not have Harris Batteries with a WFCO WF-8900 Converter/Charger. If you do, when the batteries go "bad" get ready for all kinds of finger pointing and you are expected to be happy left holding the bag.
Sheree & Michael NCNG LTC(ret) with Munpi and Sheba (cat).
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