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  • Masonite09 May 16, 2008

    I'm pretty sure I bought an extended warranty from the Best Buy store. I cannot locate my paperwork. How do I fiind out

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800-386-1215 if the is a ge extended warranty
if not ge call best buy and ask who is the warrnty company that covers the extended warranty for them

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