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Ripping out the yonex sticker for warrenty..

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by shot3gun, Mar 14, 2009.

  1. shot3gun

    shot3gun Regular Member

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    Would ripping off the "xU/Gx xxlbs-xxlbs" sticker affect yonex's warranty?
     
  2. Danstevens

    Danstevens Regular Member

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    That's a really good question. A good question that I cannot answer for definite - if nobody knows, I might email Yonex about this.

    Here's my take on it: peeling the sticker doesn't affect the racket physically - it won't do any damage. They can easily confirm the authenticity of the racket from its appearance and serial numbers so peeling the sticker shouldn't matter. Plus, racket stickers fall off sometimes - especially when you grip up the cone. I can't see there being an issue. Before you go and do it, wait for someone else to confirm.

    On a side note, the weight and tension thing is now engraved like the serials so it's unlikely newer racket owners will have this dilemma.
     
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    DonnyGan Regular Member

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    for newer rackets, how about the hologram sticky? :confused:
     
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    drifit Moderator

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    as far as i know, there shall no problem not to have sticker for warranty. just no physical damage to the racket for warranty claim.
     

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