The warranty period is the period during which the customer, having discovered a lack of goods, has the right to require the seller or manufacturer to take action to eliminate the defect.

The seller must eliminate the defects if it is proved that defects did not arise as a result of violations of the operating rules by the customer.

The warranty period for the goods begins from the moment of transfer of the goods to the consumer if there is no clarification in the contract.

If the buyer has discovered defects in the product after purchase, he may request a replacement from the seller.

Technically sophisticated products of unacceptable quality are replaced by goods of the same brand or by similar goods of a different brand with a translation of the cost.

The return of unacceptable quality products is made by canceling the sale contract and refunding the amount of the goods to the buyer.