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    after service vs warranty

    Is "after service" not stand English? Does it have to be replaced by "warranty"?
    In Korea, it's widely used for the service provided by companies after we purchase a product. The company usually sets the period during which they perform free or a little bit paid service for broken goods.

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    ex) after service vs warranty

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    Re: after service vs warranty

    Thanks a lot! You understood me quite right. So I think "after service" is Konglish(Korean-style English).
    Then,do you say like this? "I applied for/got warranty service to fix my broken computer"

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