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Trying to locate the "New tool Registration" on Milwaukees website, can't seem to find it? Picked up about 4 new M12 tools in the last couple of months and want to get them registered.

Appreciate any help guys,

Dewalts registration is in the top right hand corner. And you had to go to there official website. I'm not sure about Milwaukee though. I would say it's almost the same. Sorry I may have caused I to know less now. Lol

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Trying to locate the "New tool Registration" on Milwaukees website, can't seem to find it? Picked up about 4 new M12 tools in the last couple of months and want to get them registered.

Appreciate any help guys,

You need to sign up to there web site too. Then it should be under the sign in stuff

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I have also looked on their website, the only thing I can find is a tab to manage inventory under the one-key tab. I am not sure if this is registering new tools or not. I have sent an email to Milwaukee about this, but have not heard back yet.

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If you're worried about having things registered for warranty and what not, the only things required for warranty (and I have had a few) is fill out their form online (e-repair or something like that) and inlcude the receipt and serial no. so they have proof of purchase and dates. They make it super easy bc they provide you with a shipping label (to print out)

No problems so far.

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  • Date code of tool will be used to determine if product is within warranty period
  • Copy of invoice or bill of sale will be required for warranty verification if date code is over warranty period
  • Warranty Registration is not necessary to obtain the applicable warranty on a Milwaukee Tool® product

 

I might be wrong but I think Milwaukee has a no question asked warranty based on serial NO.

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