Full Warranty Law and Legal Definition

Full warranty is warranty that provides complete coverage for repairs and replacement of any defect in a consumer product. Full warranty also covers labor and materials for repairs. According to 15 U.S.C. § 2304, a warrantor must remedy a consumer product within a reasonable time and without charge after notice of a defect or malfunction. However, a warrantor is exempted from full warranty if the defect or malfunction of any warranted consumer product is caused while in the possession of a consumer, or by a consumer’s unreasonable use.