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Assume that I have purchased a product on Dec 1 2019. Will warranty of a monitor expires on Dec 1 of 2020 23.59 PM or Dec 1 of 2020 00.00 AM ? 

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Hello

Do you have a specific reason for this request?

Because, frankly, that won't change much! A product will break down either well before the end of the warranty, or after.

A few minutes will certainly not matter That said, you can check (maybe not down to the minute, the validity period here:

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"A few minutes will certainly not matter " it is a bold statement.  in my case one of the coveted HP item broke down exactly as I described. HP doesn't say anything about at what time warranty starts and at what time warranty ends. Of-course, it is not a end of world for me as I can deal with extended warranty using square trade etc., but I have lost trust in HP.

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http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00681831.pdf

 

Limited Warranty Period The Limited Warranty Period for an HP Hardware Product is a specified, fixed period commencing on the date of purchase. The date on your sales receipt is the date of purchase unless HP or your reseller informs you otherwise in writing.

 

In the event of a problem of this type, only hp can answer you.

 


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