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Verizon's policy to swap out a phone for different model is having it swapped out 3 times in 90 days for same issue. If you have had it done 3 within 90 days go into store and speak with manager and they will do what they call a multi FRU
Verizon offers a policy which is called the Multi-FRU or Multi CLNR (Certified like new replacement) which allows the customer to recieve a new device as opposed to a warranty replacement of the same device, this is only offered if you have recieved three replacements within a 90 day period, meaning you have had a total of four phones 3 replacements and your original. Normally they will only let you have a comprable device if the original is out of stock (Legally this is all they are required to do) but of course sometimes you will get a nice rep who really wants to help and will make a judgement call for you and do it anyways, but on the other hand I have seen more people get it by a continuation to complain to a supervisor, good luck and I hoped this helped!!!
Verizon allows you to recieve a warranty replacement device for devices not purchased through verizon at a 50 dollar cost, Some representatives from verizon do not know this and you sometimes have to remind them to look in their M&P's which is their method and procedure page to find policies if they are still reluctant make sure you request for a supervisor. And also by policy water damage can only be determined by corrosion on the device (which rarely ever happens) and the sticker is not used because of the fact that humidity it self voids that sticker. I hope this helped with your problem if you need any more Verizon help let me know.
Follow the link below, read about this problem, and then call the special HP phone number. They are repairing these computers under a special enhanced warranty policy, even if the regular warranty is expired. Good luck!
This is an issue you will have to take up with the company that you purchased your warranty from. Policies vary, and I would have no way of knowing any of this without seeing your policy. However, I can tell you from experience that most warranties will only cover hardware malfunction and not user caused damaged. Don't be surprised if they deny your warranty because spilling water into it isn't covered.
You control module is defective there is an exchange policy but it is very expensive. If you can send me the model number and serial number i will check to see if it availabel and what the cost will be.