Purchasing a Mack Camera Extended Service Contracts means that you are truly making an intelligent investment in the future of your electronic equipment. Being the leading repair facility in the tri-state area for over 60 years has enabled us to service a wide range of equipment. Our repair facility is factory authorized for manufacturer warranty repairs, and our technicians are factory trained to repair your equipment to manufacturer specifications.
Your Mack Camera Extended Service Contract covers manufacturer defects that can result in the loss of operation to your equipment. The Mack Camera Extended Service Contract will cover parts and labor for the life of the plan at no additional charge to you, truly making this Extended Service Contract a smart investment for your equipment.
Length of Service Contract: 2 years
- Service contract starts from date of purchase
- Service contract covers manufacturer's defects only on registered equipment
The equipment registered is warranted to operate properly according to
photographic specifications for a period of one year from date of purchase
(excluding the first 45 days from purchase date).
The equipment will be paired to proper operating condition at no charge to you (this includes parts and labor). Such service, repairs or adjustments of this equipment is assured the original purchaser only; provided the equipment has not been misused, tampered with, modified or damaged as a result of accident, water, impact, sand or lack of proper care as indicated in the manual of operations. Parts pending available from manufacturer.
The limited warranty applies only to the (one) product specified here in. It does not cover flashes, batteries, lens, loss of film or other expenses, or consequential damages.
Camera must be less than 10 years old at the time of purchase to qualify for this warranty.
The limited warranty is not transferable. Mack Camera & Video Service reserves the right to terminate warranty contracts if invoices are not paid accordingly to terms and not valid until after receipt of payment from dealer.
Retain this portion of your contract, it is your proof of ownership. You will be required to present it for service.