How to Replace Mac Tools

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Automotive technicians around the world rely on Mac Tools to get the job done because of their quality and durability. Every now and then the tools do break and you'll need to get a replacement. Read on to learn how to replace your Mac Tools.

Talk to your distributor. The next time the Mac Tools truck stops at your shop give your broken tools to the distributor. He will take them in and repair the tools or provide a replacement depending on the warranty.

Contact Mac Tools customer service if you don't have a distributor. Look up the address and phone number on the Mac Tools website (see Resources below).

Prepare a list of your broken tools. Be specific about what you need Mac Tools needs to replace or repair. Include your name, address and phone number.

Send the list to Mac Tools by phone, fax or e-mail. When Mac Tools receives the list, a representative will send you a pre-paid shipping label and Material Return Authorization Number.

Ship your tools to Mac Tools and wait. If your tools can be repaired, Mac will make the repairs. If the tools can't be fixed, Mac Tools will send a replacement.

Tip

  • check The warranty is different for each Mac Tools product, so read your warranty and know what to expect in the event the tool breaks. Keep the warranty and receipt handy in case you need to show proof of purchase.

Warning

  • close All items returned to Mac Tools must have a Material Return Authorization Number. The company will not accept your return without a number.

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