All products made by Lib Tech have a one year warranty against manufacturer’s defects from the date of purchase from a Lib Tech Authorized Dealer. Further, this warranty only covers defects in materials and workmanship. The warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, excessive abuse or misuse by riding things other than snow, impacts due to your steering problems, cosmetic issues or modifications you made. You must keep your sales receipt when you purchase a Lib Tech product. This is your proof of purchase and you will need to show this if you need to warranty your product. The warranty is only applicable to the original purchaser and is void if your product was purchased from another person or an unauthorized dealer (including, without limitation, Craig’s List, eBay, etc.) There is a list of Authorized Dealers on Lib Tech’s website. View our eBay statement.
If you think you may have defective product, you can take it back to the place of purchase or any Authorized Lib Tech Dealer. The Authorized Lib Tech Dealer will take a look at the product and help you determine the best course of action. The Authorized Lib Tech Dealer will call Lib Tech’s warranty department and get a RETURN AUTHORIZATION (RA) NUMBER so that the product can be sent to Lib Tech and inspected. Alternatively, if you purchased the product from an authorized online dealer, you can contact the Lib Tech warranty department and arrange to send the product back to Lib Tech yourself. An administration/postage and handling fee may be charged if the product is returned to an Authorized Lib Tech Dealer that is outside of the country where the product was initially purchased. For product purchased online, the “country of purchase” is the location from which the online dealer shipped the product. Warranty claims made in the country where the product was purchased may still incur an administration/postage and handling fee unless prohibited by local laws. ALL WARRANTY CLAIMS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A SALES RECEIPT AND AN RA NUMBER.
If you think you may have defective product take it back to the shop where you purchased it or an authorized Lib Tech dealer. They can take a look at it and help you determine the best course of action. They will call the warranty department at Lib Tech and get a RETURN AUTHORIZATION (RA) NUMBER so that the board can be sent to Lib Tech and inspected. If you purchased your board from an authorized internet dealer you can contact the warranty department and arrange to send the board back to Mervin Mfg. ANY WARRANTIES SENT TO MERVIN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A SALES RECEIPT AND AN RETURN AUTHORIZATION NUMBER. As with any consumer item, i.e. electronics, machinery, etc, you must have a sales receipt to show proof of purchase. Sorry, no exceptions.