7 Year TV Warranty

7 Year TV Warranty

We’re confident in the build and quality of our Mitchell and Brown TVs as they are thoroughly tested before being shipped to our customers. However, we understand that on occasions goods may develop a fault and for this reason customers want a TV with the best TV warranty, so this is why we provide you with peace of mind with our 7 Year TV warranty.

We currently offer the best TV warranty, no other TV manufacturer provides a 7 Year TV warranty as standard.

View our full range of Mitchell and Brown TVs here

What’s covered?

The Mitchell & Brown 7 Year TV warranty covers parts and labour across our range of products (*excluding DVD combination mechanism in specified models and TV remote control which includes 1-year warranty and selected CU models that come with two-year warranties).

How to register your TV warranty?

It takes less than two minutes to register your TV warranty. You can activate your 7 Year TV warranty online by clicking the warranty registration link here

Once you have submitted your TV warranty information and it has been validated by our team, we will send through the completed warranty documentation for your records.   

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7 Year TV Warranty Terms & Conditions


The 7 Year Warranty meets all costs incurred as a result of a claim due to, electrical or electronic breakdown during the 7-year period.  If the TV develops a fault within the first 12 months we offer a 12 month swap out warranty. The remaining 6 years, we will collect and repair the TV. If the TV cannot be repaired or it isn’t cost effective to repair, we will simply replace. The product must be registered with Mitchell & Brown within 28 days of the purchase date by registering on the Mitchell & Brown website.


The product will be warranted to its original purchaser for 7 (seven) years from the date of purchase with the exception of the DVD drive which will be warranted for 1 (one) year from the date of purchase.

More information on our Terms and Conditions can be found here