Black & Decker is a popular brand of power tools and home appliances sold in department and hardware stores. After you have purchased a Black & Decker product, it is wise to register that product with the Black & Decker company. Registering your Black & Decker product can help expedite customer service if you need a repair. While registration is not required to validate or uphold the product warranty, it allows Black & Decker to contact customers directly with helpful information about their products, such as recall notices.
Things You'll Need
- Power tool model number, serial number and purchase date
Go to Black & Decker's website at blackanddecker.com.
Click on “register products.” This button is located on the right hand side of the website, under the search box.
Create an account on the Black & Decker website after you have clicked to register your product. If you already have an account with Black & Decker, enter your log-in information where specified.
Log in to your new account and click the "Dashboard" link under the search window on the right.
Click the "Register a New Product" link on the right side of your dashboard. Input your product information as directed. You will need your item's model and serial numbers as well as the date of purchase and intended usage information.
Tips & Warnings
- Black & Decker product registration allows you to register all of your tools, including those made by other manufacturers. This allows you to track and inventory all of your tools in one location.
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