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Physical Damage to a Remote Control

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Jan 3rd, 2012
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Is physical damage to a Remote Control (TRC3 or TRC4) covered by the maintenance contract?  I have no idea how it was physically damaged by the client.

Correct Answer by Anonymous about 5 years 7 months ago

Hi Anthony,


Systems, cables, remote controllers, monitors etc. are not covered by the maintenance contract, if there has been any physical damage to it.

So I would advise you to order a new one from Cisco. If the remote controller suddenly stops working (remember to check the batteries first :), then you will get a new one from Cisco, if you create an RMA for it.


Hope this helps,

Arne

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Anthony Thomson Thu, 01/05/2012 - 09:27
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This should be a pretty simple yes or no answer; no Cisco reps can answer this??  I need to now to proceed with this: open a ticket with TAC, or create a PO for the client to purchase a new remote.  Thanks.

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aostense Fri, 01/06/2012 - 07:00
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Hi Anthony,


Systems, cables, remote controllers, monitors etc. are not covered by the maintenance contract, if there has been any physical damage to it.

So I would advise you to order a new one from Cisco. If the remote controller suddenly stops working (remember to check the batteries first :), then you will get a new one from Cisco, if you create an RMA for it.


Hope this helps,

Arne

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