Hotpoint Warranty Information

Facts about your Hotpoint Warranty

Hotpoint appliances come with a 1-year manufacturer’s guarantee for mechanical breakdown. Your Hotpoint warranty also have a 5-year parts guarantee if you register your appliance. Customers should register their new appliances with Hotpoint here.

Extend my Hotpoint warranty

A manufacturer’s warranty is important for peace of mind. When the initial Hotpoint warranty expires, you can ensure cover continues. You have two options when you take out an extended warranty with You can get cover for a single Hotpoint appliance or you can choose to cover many appliances in your home under one policy for only £12.49 a month. That means less paperwork, less hassle and more security, as your possessions are covered in case of an unexpected breakdown.

Please note appliances must be less than 8 years old at the start of your cover. Extended warranties don’t cover any pre-existing faults.

When I need to repair my Hotpoint appliance

Whether your appliance falls under the warranty period or under the extended warranty you need to ensure you have the make, model and serial number of the appliance available to make your claim. Also have as many details about the problem ready as possible.

Under initial warranty

Hotpoint appliances are serviced by certified GE technicians. It’s easy to arrange to have your appliance fixed if it falls within the initial year guarantee period, simply schedule service online here and provide details about the problem. You can also call 0800-432-2737 between 7 am and 10 pm on working days and 8am to 6pm on weekends for support.

Under extended warranty

First have your claim approved by calling us our claims number with details of the breakdown. Once the information above has been confirmed, we will arrange for one of our authorised repairers to call you to arrange a mutually convenient time to fix your appliance.

About Hotpoint

Hotpoint was conceived at the turn of the previous century when two inventors (one who invented the lightweight iron and the other the first electric hob) joined forces with General Electric as pioneers in the home appliance industry. Read more here.

(Research & information correct at January 2014)