Limited Products Warranty
ComsecTR Limited Products Warranty
Our Standard Limited Warranty Period
ComsecTR warrants that Total Recall (the “Products”)
conforms in all material respects to the end user documentation provided
with the Products, and that the hardware components of the Products will
be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 13
months after the system has been shipped from the ComsecTR manufacturing
18.2. Exception for Sales Arising From
On average, Total Recall systems
are installed within 1 month of being shipped from the factory, providing
end users with a minimum of 12 months warranty coverage. However, as some
ComsecTR resellers carry stock this may not always be the case.
In situations where a Total
Recall system has been purchased from a stock-carrying Reseller or
Distributor, ComsecTR warrants that Total Recall (the “Products”) conforms
in all material respects to the end user documentation provided with the
Products, and that the hardware components of the Products will be free
from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 12 months
after the system has been shipped from the stock-carrying Reseller or
Please confirm your applicable
limited warranty period with the company from which you purchased the
Total Recall system. ComsecTR will assume that the period set out in
section 18.1. of this limited product warranty applies unless
18.3. Limitations of This Warranty
This limited warranty does not
cover the results of accidents (including unusual physical or electrical
stress), abuse, neglect, vandalism, acts of God, usage contrary to
handling or operating instructions supplied by ComsecTR or repair or
modification by anyone other than ComsecTR or an expressly authorized
Total Recall service agent.
18.4. Handling of Faulty Parts
Please note that any faulty
components replaced under the terms of this product warranty must be kept
by the authorized servicing agent for verification, up to a maximum period
of 12 months. If the servicing agent is unable to provide the faulty parts
for which warranty replacements have been provided, then the servicing
agent will be required to pay to ComsecTR the value of the replacement
parts, as determined by ComsecTR.
18.5. ComsecTR Record Keeping
Please note that all Total
Recall serial numbers, and the serial numbers of internal components will
be logged by ComsecTR, effective the date of shipment. The serial numbers
of any replacement parts will also be logged by ComsecTR.
Warranty Claims and Procedure
If there is reason to believe
that Products do not conform to the warranty set forth in Section 18.1.,
the affected party should notify the company from which the Product was
in writing of such non-conformance, no later than ten (10) days after the
end of the Warranty Period for those Products, and shall provide the
The serial number of the affected unit(s), and;
Details of the non-conformance, with as much specific detail as
Additional details of the
non-conformance may be required as the authorized service agent or
ComsecTR reasonably requests.
What Procedure Will Be Followed?
The company that you purchased
the system from will, if authorized, provide the required service and/or
organize the required replacement parts. If not authorized to provide this
service, the company that you purchased the system from will elevate your
service request to an authorized service agent. The authorized service
agent may elect to further elevate the problem to ComsecTR if required.
This will occur in accordance with ComsecTR’s standard procedures.
The user will be required to pay
for the freight to an authorized servicing agent or ComsecTR if the
Products need to be returned for servicing. The authorized servicing agent
or ComsecTR will pay for the freight back to the customer if the goods are
deemed to fail to conform to this warranty.
What Services Will Be Performed?
If Products are deemed to
fail to conform to this warranty by an authorized servicing agent or
ComsecTR, the sole remedy shall be, at the authorized servicing agent’s or
ComsecTR’s option and expense:
The repair or replacement of the faulty component(s), and;
Return of the Products within fourteen (14) days after the
authorized servicing agent receives the non-conforming Total Recall
system. If the system needs to be returned to ComsecTR, an additional
period of 14 days from the receipt of the unit at ComsecTR will be
Please Note: If ComsecTR or
the Authorized Servicing Agent determines that returned Products do
conform to this warranty, then the Products will be returned at the
requesting party’s expense and risk.
Important Notice: Sole & Exclusive Remedy
NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING IN THIS
AGREEMENT TO THE CONTRARY, THE FOREGOING IS THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY
FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY BY COMSEC TR WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCTS.
19.5.1. Important Notice: Disclaimer of Warranties
EXCEPT FOR THE LIMITED WARRANTY
FOR THE PRODUCTS CONTAINED IN SECTION 18.1, COMSEC TR AND ITS SUPPLIERS
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