It has been a few years since I've purchased a new Ridgid tool but today I bought one. When I unpacked it, the first item I took out of the box was the packet with the Owners Manual in it. As past experience has taught me, its always a good idea to use the Owners Manual instructions when assembly is required. Anyways, in that packet was also the form that you fill out to send in with the UPC and receipt. How in the world can anyone possibly claim months/years later that they didn't know they had to register for the LLSA in this manner? I suppose in the future when I read about someone who claims they didn't know they had to mail in the registration form in order to sign-up for the LLSA that they have never opened the Owner Manual packet. In that case, that could probably also explain why they might be needing service on their tool, shall we say, a little prematurely? The registration form is right there in plain sight, there is no excuse for not seeing it and there certainly is no room at all to put any blame on Ridgid's back for not informing people about the requirement.
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What's all the fuss about llsa registration, it couldn't be simpler