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Had my first bow a 09 dxt ordered from a mathews dealer 85 miles from town. When i picked up the bow i asked about filling out the warranty and he said i could do it online. Well i dont see anything there. I have emailed them about it. #1 reason i got it new was for the warranty or i would have got it used.
 

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Thats funny because my dealer did it for me. I just had to write my info on a form at the pro-shop.
 

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Had my first bow a 09 dxt ordered from a mathews dealer 85 miles from town. When i picked up the bow i asked about filling out the warranty and he said i could do it online. Well i dont see anything there. I have emailed them about it. #1 reason i got it new was for the warranty or i would have got it used.
The dealer would get a $5.00 spiff for registering the the bow. No dealer in his right mind (who sells a reasonable number of bows per year) would pass this up.
 

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dealers are to take care of all warrenty registration at the time of purchase.. call your dealer back and see whats up
 

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I assume mathews will take care of it. I was the first to open the box still had the straps and packing slip in it. So im glad i have that and my receipt and the dealers info.
 

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I would do as mentioned above and contact Bob Jenkins (BBarcher) with a PM and be done with it. Easy enough. Congrats on the new bow.
 

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Just waiting on the email from the mathews forum.

It shoots great and only took a few shots to get it sighted in.

Thank you for the info guys.
 
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The dealer is responsible for filling out the warranty registration at the time of purchase. Take the receipt back and ask him to do it. That will take care of it. :shade:
 

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since its such a long drive I would just call the dealer and have him put you in his registration book all he needs is your name address and bows serial #
 
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