Claim SolarEdge Extended Warranty With DoNotPay

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File a SolarEdge Extended Warranty Claim With No Effort

SolarEdge is a company that provides solar inverters, power optimizers, and monitoring systems for photovoltaic arrays. Its solar modules and solutions help businesses and individuals reduce their energy costs. SolarEdge offers extended warranties for some of its products.

If you need to file a SolarEdge extended warranty claim, you are in the right place. We will show you how to do it with DoNotPay—the easy way.

Which Extended Warranty Plans Does SolarEdge Offer?

Solaredge offers extended warranty plans for their inverters. Its standard inverter warranty lasts 12 years and can be extended from 20 to 25 years, depending on the model.

If you want to extend your warranty, you must do so within the first 24 months of purchasing the product.

You can check if you are eligible for filing an inverter extension warranty claim by accessing the official SolarEdge website and entering the product’s serial number in the required field.

What Does the SolarEdge Product Warranty Cover?

In case you notice any defect on the inverter, SolarEdge will replace it in the next 48 hours, provided the Limited Warranty Product regulations cover the malfunction.

Here is a table of conditions under which the warranty will and will not apply:

Warranty CoversWarranty Doesn’t Cover

Defects in workmanship and materials

  • Misuse and negligence of the product
  • Modifications and alterations unapproved by SolarEdge
  • Failure to apply safety regulations
  • Accidents, third-party actions, or any events beyond SolarEdge’s control
  • Damage during transport and shipping of the product

How To File a SolarEdge Extended Warranty Claim on Your Own

If you detect a fault on SolarEdge's product during the warranty period, you can file a warranty claim by sending an email to You have to provide the following information:

  1. A short description of the problem
  2. Product’s serial number
  3. Scanned copy of the receipt or a warranty certificate of the product

If SolarEdge determines that the defect doesn’t fall under the Limited Warranty Product regulations, they will notify you and explain their reasons for denying your claim.

File a SolarEdge Extended Warranty With the Help of DoNotPay

DoNotPay can help you file a warranty claim with no trouble. Our app will do most of the work, provided you perform a few easy steps first:

  1. Open DoNotPay in your
  2. Access the Claim Warranty feature
  3. Select Warranty on a Purchased Item
  4. Select SolarEdge and provide some information on the issue

If you know your warranty details, we will use them to argue your case. If you don’t, we will do it by using general warranty laws. After we submit the claim letter on your behalf, SolarEdge will contact you in no time.

We also provide assistance with car and home warranties. Visit our learning center to find out how!

DoNotPay Can Help You Appeal a Denied SolarEdge Extended Warranty Claim

It is not unusual for companies to reject the file for extended warranty claims. If you find that SolarEdge is trying to drag out the process or flat out denies your claim, know that there is hope.

DoNotPay can help you appeal against their decision. With our assistance, you have a higher chance of getting your extended warranty claim accepted.

All you have to do is:

  1. Access DoNotPay from your
  2. Navigate to the Claim Warranty feature
  3. Select Appeal a Denied Warranty Claim
  4. Indicate if you're appealing against the decision of an extended warranty provider or product manufacturer
  5. Provide details about SolarEdge and the original warranty claim

DoNotPay will use the information you provided to submit the appeal letter in your name. You can expect a call from SolarEdge soon after they receive the letter.

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