How To File an Acer Warranty Claim Easily

Warranty Claims How To File an Acer Warranty Claim Easily

How To File an Acer Warranty Claim—Simple Steps

Acer is a Taiwanese corporation specializing in hardware and advanced electronics technology. It produces desktop and laptop computers, displays, tablets, smartphones, servers, storage devices, virtual reality devices, etc.  

What Does Acer Warranty Cover?

Depending on the type and model of the Acer product you’ve purchased and the length of the provided free support and service, there are different types of Acer limited/standard warranties.

Acer limited warranties all provide:

  • Software support for 90 days from the purchase day
  • Support/service for parts, labor, and hardware technical support that is one-year, two-year, or three-year long depending on the type of the product

Acer will, at its option:

  • Provide replacement parts required for the repair
  • Repair the Acer product 
  • Replace the product
  • Offer a refund

They might also offer on-site service in certain cases.

If you’d like to check which warranty applies to your Acer product, consult:

Would You Like DoNotPay To Help You Claim an Acer Warranty?

If you don’t have time or energy to deal with customer support representatives, let DoNotPay deal with everything for you. With a new Claim Warranty feature, DoNotPay can help you file a warranty claim on your car, home, or a purchased product. 

If you want DoNotPay to file a warranty on your Acer product, follow these steps:

  1. Open DoNotPay in your web browser
  2. Opt for the Claim Warranty feature
  3. Choose Warranty on a Purchased Item
  4. Select Acer, type in purchase and warranty details, and describe the problems you’ve had
  5. Click on Submit my claim

The DoNotPay app will automatically file the warranty claim on your Acer product, and an Acer customer service representative will contact you concerning your case.

If you don’t have your warranty details, DoNotPay generates an argument under implied warranty laws. 

File an Acer Warranty Claim by Yourself

You can file an Acer warranty claim alone by:

  1. Visiting Acer support page online
  2. Calling support service

File Your Acer Warranty Online

Here’s how you can do it:

  • Access Acer support page
  • Enter the serial number, SNID, or part number (P/N)
  • If you don’t know these numbers, select your Acer device by choosing the category, series, and model from the drop-down menu

Telephone Acer Support 

You can get in touch with an Acer support representative by calling 866 695 2237. Be prepared to wait for a representative to answer your call.  

Can You Claim Your Warranty With Yes/No
DoNotPay Yes
Online Request Form Yes
Phone Yes
Letter No
In-Person No

Can DoNotPay Help You With a Denied Acer Warranty Claim?

Yes, the DoNotPay app can help you appeal if your Acer warranty claim gets rejected. Let DoNotPay know you’d like its help by following these steps:

  1. Open DoNotPay in your web browser
  2. Select the Claim Warranty feature
  3. Choose Appeal a Denied Warranty Claim
  4. Select if you want to appeal against Acer or an extended warranty provider
  5. Enter details about the company you’ve chosen in the previous step and about your rejected Acer warranty claim

DoNotPay then automatically submits the appeal for you. Once your appeal’s processed, you’ll be contacted by an Acer support representative.

Is Acer Being Difficult? DoNotPay Can Help You Sue Them

If things become too much for you to handle, the DoNotPay app could help you resolve your problems—we can help sue companies in small claims court.

The American Bar Association has presented DoNotPay with the Louis M. Brown Award for offering legal services and information by using innovative technology, so don’t hesitate to let us deal with your problems and win your case. 

What Else Can DoNotPay Do For You?

The DoNotPay app can help you resolve lots of different issues. When it comes to other types of warranties, DoNotPay can also provide you with:

For additional services, open DoNotPay in your web browser, and pick the service you need from an extensive list:

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