FTC: Warranty-voiding language like Nintendo's and Sony's is illegal – Ars Technica


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FTC: Warranty-voiding language like Nintendo's and Sony's is illegal
Ars Technica
It's common for manufacturers of cars, video game consoles, and other products to insist that consumers will void their warranty if they use unauthorized repair services or unauthorized third-party parts. Some even insist that you'll void the warranty
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