Many products we buy nowadays have some sort of warranty. You should not toss any of your warranty documents and receipts away. Keep them as proof of purchase and just in case you need to refer to them in the future, for any replacement parts or customer service contact information.
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We recently had to redo the plumbing in our bathroom which included replacing leaky fixtures. Unfortunately the faucet in the bathtub began to leak after only 6 months. We discovered the leak was probably due to the contractor soldering a part that wasn't meant to be.