What is the warranty on a replacement battery?

Rechargeable Battery - 17-inch MacBook Pro

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    1-year on the battery that comes with a new laptop and 90 days on a replacement if not defective.

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  • "Your one-year warranty includes replacement coverage for a defective battery. You can extend your replacement coverage for a defective battery to three years from the date of your notebook purchase with the AppleCare Protection Plan. However, the AppleCare Protection Plan for notebook computers does not cover batteries that have failed or are exhibiting diminished capacity except when the failure or diminished capacity is the result of a manufacturing defect. Apple offers a battery replacement service for MacBook Air and all MacBook Pro notebooks with built-in batteries. You can purchase replacement batteries for late models of Apple notebooks directly from the Apple Store."

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  • The warranty is one year only, after just having spoke to technical support who couldn't replace my battery because my battery is over the one year mark at just under two years of age

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  • no, I had to change my battery and they told me it is not covered by the warranty because it is consumable part

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  • i am guessing that there is no warranty. But they will replace the internal battery with the applecare warranty. so you probably would not need this if you have a warranty on your computer.

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