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My computer was bought almost 2 years ago in a few months, meaning the warranty is long gone. I have been having problems lately with my PC, and really need it to be fixed. Tech support on the phone said it would be $400-$700 to be sent it to repair without warranty, but I see that I can buy a 1y Post Warranty for around $150 right now. Would it be possible for me to buy the Post Warranty right now and be able to send it in for free repairs like that? Please let me know as soon as possible, as I need this to be fixed before school starts again. Thank you for looking at my post.

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You will need to call / contact the service directly
I'm from France and I don't know if it has changed or if it's different here
From memory, it was necessary to subscribe to the extension at a certain time, it may be too late, or we can predict it in time
For example, a 2-year extension started from the first year (for some offers), so it was only a one-year extension. You could not buy this same warranty from the end date of this original
I can't read everything, but see the conditions here:
to check depending on the country of purchase also!

Expert volontaire Forum Fr 17-10-2009

Sorry i'm using

give the model and P/n product number of the device

example: HP Phoenix h9-1228ef HPE product no.P / N: C0B64EA

please click on the accept as solution button

if message provided an answer / solution to the problem

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