Lincoln Ranger 250 2-Year Extended Warranty (X2382)

Lincoln Ranger 250 2-Year Extended Warranty (X2382)

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The Lincoln Ranger 250 extended warranty gives you 2 extra years of warranty coverage. Extended warranties must be purchased within the first 2 years of your machine purchase. Please enter your serial number and code number of your machine and we will complete the process with Lincoln for you. Lincoln Electric will mail you a confirmation of the extended warranty purchase.

Engine drive warranties cover all circuit boards, but not the engine or engine components.

Benefits
• No out of pocket cost for repairs for the life of the extended warranty
• Parts and labor costs fully covered
• Nationwide coverage for all repair work
• Extended warranty program backed by Lincoln Electric, not a third party
• Great way to protect your investment for up to 5 full years

Excludes
• Any parts that are not manufactured by Lincoln Electric such as engines, engine components, air compressors and batteries
• Not available for welding or cutting accessories, guns, torches, replacement parts or consumables

Finding Your Serial and Code Numbers
• Serial Number - 11 digit alphanumeric as seen below
• Code Number - 4 or 5 digit number as seen below

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