The Lazy Boy recliner limited warranty is one of the best in the furniture industry and includes the lifetime of several mechanical parts of the product – including back mechanism, sleeping mechanism, springs and spring systems, rotating base and wooden frame elements. Keep in mind that the lifetime warranty applies only to parts and labor costs are usually only one year
Only the person who originally purchased the lazy back of a lover from an authorized dealer is covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. If you purchased your spare room, the guarantee can not be transferred. You must ensure that you buy a back frame from an authorized reseller if you want to take advantage of the warranty. Some dealers may also provide extended warranty on Wear Dated, DuPont, or StainSafe.
This warranty is limited to material and manufacturing defects occurring during normal indoor use. This warranty does not apply to furniture for rental, commercial, institutional or other non-residential use. If the furniture indicates abnormal use, excessive dirt, improper cleaning or handling signs, the warranty will be void.
Most warranty claims require that furniture first be examined by the Lazy Boy to ensure repairs are covered by the warranty. You will be responsible for paying your home exam fees, delivering furniture, and merchandising costs as well as delivering furniture from the Lazy Boy factory. Most repairs do not require restoring furniture to the factory. If repairs have to be made after the warranty has been paused (usually within one year from the date of purchase), you will also have to pay the labor cost.
Not all parts have lifetime warranty. The Genesis lying mechanism in the Lazy Boy Tulsa Recliner has a ten-year warranty, and the signature sleeping mechanism of the Signature Select models has a five-year warranty. The fabric and the skin are usually covered for one year due to manufacturing and material defects, and other materials contain a guarantee of one to ten years.
The warranty is intended to repair, replace, or replace a defective part, and Lazy Boy chooses the exclusive discretionary option. The warranty does not include refund of the purchase price. Purchased items are "as is" or licensed by authorized dealers, the Lazy Boy Limited Warranty does not cover, so please check first before buying.
To claim the warranty claim, contact your authorized reseller where you purchased the Lazy Boy backrest. However, if the seller is no longer available, contact another authorized reseller as long as your original purchase certificate is still valid. If you feel your distributor does not respect the warranty, you can write directly to La-Z-Boy Incorporated's consumer services.
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