How to Register a Sanyo LCD Television

by C.D. Crowder

To take advantage of your Sanyo LCD television's warranty, you must have proof of when the TV was purchased. Sanyo no longer requires an actual registration, such as filling out a form or mailing in a registration card. Instead, all you need is your dated receipt that lists the date the warranty begins.

1

Keep your receipt in a safe location. The receipt must have the original purchase date, price and store information to be valid. For additional proof, you may also keep the UPC from the television box.

2

Navigate to the customer support website (see Resources) when you need to use the warranty for repairs or a replacement. Choose your product from the drop-down list and press “Go.” Sanyo provides contact information, including email addresses, physical addresses and phone numbers. You must contact support via email or phone to receive the correct address to send in your TV for repair. Sanyo asks that you do not send your TV to any of the addresses provided unless specifically asked to by a customer support representative.

3

Provide the customer support representative with the date listed on your receipt. You will be asked to either mail, fax or email the receipt. If the original is required, make a copy of the receipt for your own records.

Tips

  • You can also call to find a service center at 800-421-5013.
  • If you have a third-party warranty, such as one provided in-store, use the contact information provided with the warranty for registration and repairs.

Warning

  • Never send in your receipt without making a copy first. Should anything else happen to your TV, you will need a copy of the receipt for proof once again.

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C.D. Crowder has been a freelance writer on a variety of topics including but not limited to technology, education, music, relationships and pets since 2008. Crowder holds an A.A.S degree in networking and one in software development and continues to develop programs and websites in addition to writing.

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