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October 29, 2014
Breastpumps play a vital role in your breastfeeding journey which is why it is important to choose the right pump for your lifestyle and understand its accompanying warranty. Breastpump warranties are typically straight forward but don’t pass up the opportunity to understand your breastpump’s warranty; it could come in handy should you experience a pump defect or malfunction.
Many moms choose to use a breastpump because it allows them to continue providing breast milk to their little one when they are not around. Another benefit of breastpumps is their ability to help nursing moms maintain or increase their milk supply.
Most double electric breastpumps such as the Medela Pump In Style or Ameda Purely Yours are designed for moms who frequently pump, not to mention are two of the most reliable pumps on the market. Although these pumps are at the head of their class, they also come with warranties should you experience defects in material and workmanship.
Breastpump warranties can be found in your breastpump instruction manual and should be read thoroughly. Most breastpump manufacturers place a disclaimer at the beginning of the warranty that your breastpump is a single user product. If your breastpump is used by more than one person, it may present a health risk and performance questions while also leading to a void warranty.
Most breastpump warranties provide coverage from defects in material and workmanship for up to 1 year for the pump mechanism and 90 days for parts and accessories.
In the event of a defect, your pump manufacturer will either repair or replace their product without charge for such replacement, parts or labor. However, you could be responsible for shipping charges when returning the defective breastpump to the manufacturer.
Although this is a typical breastpump warranty it is important to read your instruction manual for warranty information on your specific pump. If you have questions regarding your breastpump’s warranty you should always contact the manufacturer as they have dedicated customer service representatives available to answer any and all questions you may have.
Now that you’re an expert on breastpump warranties it’s time to qualify for your free breastpump if you have not already done so. Head over to the Qualify Through Insurance form to qualify in minutes. For immediate assistance feel free to call us at 844-867-9890.
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