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    Default Warranty sticker

    Ok, this isn't limited to PSU, but still interesting, I think:
    https://www.techpowerup.com/243839/f...-void-stickers
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    This really has more to do with people opening up their laptops, desktops, etc. to upgrade RAM, HDD, etc.

    Not so much opening up a PSU to recap it or replace a fuse while in warranty and then trying to RMA it because it no longer works.

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    So this does not apply to power supplies?

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    I haven't heard that it applies to any internal hardware like PSUs, HDDs, SSDs, graphics cards, etc.

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    I confess that I have been known to open up new stuff to fix rather than send back; but I knew I was losing the warrantee. One reason I have abandoned Apple (I was there in 1984) is that they are now gluing things shut.

    I think that people should have the right to fix stuff, but manufacturers should also maintain the right to not allow them till the warrantee is over.
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