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This page provides a brief overview of the warranty service policy.


Warranty determinations are based on the condition of the tool, date of sale, and the serial number. If a purchase receipt is not provided, then the condition and serial number (if still legible) will be used to determine whether a tool is covered under the manufacturer's warranty policy. If the manufacturer requires a receipt, we will not conduct any work until the receipt has been provided.

Tool Accessories

Accessories are generally considered wear items and are never considered warrantable. The following are a few examples of "wear" type items that are not covered under warranty:

  • Anvil tips
  • Retaining rings
  • Rotor blades
  • Bevel and pinion gears
  • Collets
  • Drill chucks
  • Cut-off wheels
  • Nibbler punches and dies
  • Scaler needles
  • Chisels
  • Backing pads
  • Impact wrench anvil jaws, hammers and pins
  • Air rachet cracked or spread towers, broken drive ends, worn yokes or pawls, and worn parts


Warranty does not cover the freight when shipping into a service center. However, it does cover the return freight from a service center in addition to the labor and needed parts.

Limited Warranty Definition

A limited warranty means that the manufacturer guarantees the product to be free of defects in workmanship for a specific time following the sale of the product. Limited warranties do not cover tools that have failed for one of the following reasons:

  • Wear and tear: The tool has failed because of normal wear and tear. For example, vanes and gaskets worn due to regular use, round anvil tips, or bad sockets
  • Abuse: The tool was broken in a context outside of its specific use. For example, a tool that has been smashed by a lift or broken due to a fall
  • Misuse: The tool has been used for a purpose for which it was not designed. For example, an air ratchet that has been used as a breaker bar, snap head kit, or tower part
  • Tampering: The tool has been altered or taken apart
  • Lack of maintenance: The tool has not been properly maintained or serviced. For example, an air motor completely seized due to rust
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