Eaton Complete Home Surge Suppressor Warranty
The following applies to Eaton Residential Surge Strips and Eaton Residential Complete Home Surge Protection Products (hereinafter the “Unit”).
Eaton will pay to repair or replace electronics equipment, including, but not limited to, microwave ovens, appliances, televisions, personal computers, audio and stereo compo- nents, satellite dish equipment, video cassette records and DVD players, owned by the original retail purchaser or original user, if damaged by a surge if all of the following require- ments are met:
1. The Unit and connected equipment must be properly installed and connected as per the manufacturer’s instructions.
2. The connected equipment must be UL® or CSA® approved, and the damage due to an AC electrical surge (or cable telephone line surges if suitable coax data/telephone surge protectors have been used).
3. Failure due to direct lightning strikes and temporary over-voltage are not covered.
4. Claim must be made within 30 days of failure and must be accompanied by a receipt for the damaged equipment or the warranty is void.
5. Eaton reserves the right to inspect the damaged compo- nents as well as the location where the components were in use (at Eaton’s expense).
6. This coverage is secondary to any applicable warranties, service contracts and/or all other insurance. If the claim is found to be valid, Eaton will pay up to the deductible of the homeowners insurance or the cost of the damage, whichever is less. This reimbursement is limited to the Reimbursement Maximum Amounts stated below.
7. Electrical equipment, such as televisions with multiple ports, must have surge protection on each conductor (e.g. ac power, cable, etc.).
8. This warranty is valid only when the product is used as a consumer product in residential environments and excludes commercial applications.
This warranty is non-transferable and only applies to the origi- nal retail purchaser or original user.
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