When should I not "void my warranty"?
As I understand it, a manufacturer provides a manufacturer's warranty to convince you, the consumer, you are buying a quality product and if it breaks they will fix it. This is, of course, not how the real world works. Some things are not covered by the warranty and some companies are not worth dealing with.
So, what should I consider (in checklist form, please) before I void my warranty/guarantee?
Is this a good question?