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How can I find out if my Sears appliance is still under warranty? I can't find my original paperwork or appliance booklet.

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Is it still working?

It will be under warrantee.

 

On a more serious note, call Sears and give them the model number and the date of purchase.

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Contact Sears.com and chat with Customer Service.  Give them the model and serial numbers and they should be able to tell you the manufacturing date and thus if it is or is not still under warranty.

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