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Will applying skins to my laptop void my warranty?

Calaene_WolfCalaene_Wolf Posts: 1Member New User
I have been considering applying a vinyl skin to my laptop to protect it from scratches, and make it look a bit better. I am however worried that it might void my laptops warranty. I would apply the skin to the wrist pad, screen bezel and the lid.

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  • BalatekieBalatekie Posts: 752ACE Pioneer
    Hi, Skins are easily removable so I don't see how they could void the warranty. However, ensure the procedure of applying skin. If heat is used to apply the skin (like at the Ghost Armor or PhantomSkinz booths), then sometimes the heat applied may cause any effect to unit and that might not be covered under warranty. 
     :) If you think I've answered your question, please hit the Accept Answer:)

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