How To Do a Dell Warranty Check and File a Warranty Claim Fast
It can be frustrating when your product breaks down, and you have no idea whether it’s still under warranty. Dell makes it easy for its customers to perform a warranty check on the website.
If it turns out that your warranty hasn’t expired, DoNotPay will help you claim it fast!
How To Check Dell Warranty
If you’re not sure whether your warranty expired or whether your device is under Dell warranty, you’ll want to check your warranty status. You can do it in two ways:
- Via SupportAssist—You can download the Dell SupportAssist app that will identify your PC automatically from the Dell support page
- By manual search—You can type in Dell service tag or Dell EMC product ID in the search box on the Warranty & Contracts page
How To Claim Your Dell Warranty—Options To Rely On
It seems that the only method for claiming Dell warranties is their online form. You can always try to claim your warranty by phoning the company’s customer support.
Here’s an overview of the options for claiming Dell Warranty:
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How To Claim Dell Warranty by Submitting an Online Claim
To claim your warranty from Dell, you’ll need to create a service request online. Follow these steps to do it:
- Visit the Dell Support Page
- Identify your Dell device
- Indicate what the problem with the device is
- Click on Create Service Request
- Type in the details in the required fields
- Hit Submit
Claim the Dell Basic Warranty Over the Phone
When a company makes claiming warranties difficult, you can resort to calling customer support and asking for help. You can reach the customer service department by following these steps:
- Call Dell customer support at 1-800-822-8965
- Tell the agent you want to claim your warranty
- Follow further instructions that the agent provides
Dell is notorious for its wait time, but you can jump the phone queue for Dell support with our help.
DoNotPay Can Help You File a Dell Warranty Claim in a Few Simple Steps
DoNotPay offers an easy-to-use feature for claiming warranties without going through the trouble of calling, writing emails, or visiting stores. With our app, you only need to provide elementary information, and we will do the rest.
Open DoNotPay in a of your choice and claim your Dell warranty by following these few steps:
- Find the Claim Warranty feature on our website
- Click on Warranty on a Purchased Item
- Type in Dell and provide purchase details along with the issues you’re experiencing
- Hit Submit
We will create a warranty claim based on the information you’ve provided and send it to Dell on your behalf. Don’t worry if you don’t have all the required information—DoNotPay can generate an argument based on implied warranty laws.
After we submit your warranty claim, Dell will get in touch with you directly.
DoNotPay Can File a Warranty Appeal on Your Behalf
It’s not uncommon for companies to deny a first-time warranty claim. They sometimes tend to do this to discourage you from claiming your warranty. With DoNotPay on your side, you can file an appeal with a few clicks.
Follow these steps to file a warranty claim fast:
- Open the Claim Warranty feature on DoNotPay’s website
- Select Appeal a Denied Warranty Claim
- Specify whose decision you’re appealing against—pick Product Manufacturer or Extended Warranty Provider
- Add the original warranty claim and a few details about Dell, and click on Submit
We will generate an appeal letter using the information you gave us and send it to Dell. The company should contact you directly, so be patient.
DoNotPay can also help you if a dealer refuses to cancel an extended warranty.
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