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16:08 Mar 9, 2007
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English to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Law: Contract(s) / warranty
English term or phrase:2-year limited warranty devices and more
About the warranty granted by a phone charger reseller.
The word order sounds strange...
Why "devices" instead of "device" (do they refer to the parts?)
What does "and more" mean? Labor?
Word order seems strange to me too, ambiguous in fact. Does "2-year limited warranty" mean simply that the warranty is limited to two years, or is the warranty limited in some other way. I think it should be "warranty on devices" anyway.
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Multiple items (devices) and peripherials
Explanation: It sounds like they are selling some items that go together, hence "devices". More probably alludes to periperial items that may ne sold with te phone equipemt or bundled together.
I know in the US that warranties generally don't cover labor, it could but this sounds more in respect to the items being sold.
Limited as in manufacturer defects etc. Not consumer induced problems.
Alp Berker United States Local time: 21:09 Native speaker of: English