Re: Is a Warranty Void if Damage Isn't Visible On the Outside
so argue with them. You have lost here and your arguments are bordering on juvenile.
Next time you purchase anything, I suggest you completely disassemble the product and record the entire unit with photographic evidence of the condition. That way, if you find a problem with the device you now have proof it was that way when you bought it.
you are speaking of a warranty of fitness for a particular use and no, it would not include dropping. If you had a winning argument with this, I could use the same argument that a manufacturer of my car is liable for any damages sustained during an accident. The manufacturer is aware many vehicles get in accidents so they should design the vehicle so it will not sustain any damage in any possible accident.
Sorry yew, you are barking up the wrong tree.
but to your original question:
Yes. Just because the exterior of the device did not receive any discernible damage does not mean the interior components didn't.
Is a Warranty Void if Damage Isn't Visible On the Outside
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.