Nor does the manufacturer agree to compensate you for your loss of the use of the faucet while all this is going on.• remove the faucet,• remove the defective parts,• replace them with the new parts, and• reinstall the faucet.
For as long as the ordinal owner owns the faucet and the house in which the faucet was originally installed,and not a minute longer.
[L]imited "lifetime" warranty for manufacturing defects.... Yosemite warrants to the original consumer purchaser of the faucet against defects in material and workmanship for a period of ten (10) years from date of purchase.A "lifetime" warranty that lasts ten years is what we — and everyone else we know of — calls a "ten-year warranty". Or, perhaps ten years is indeed the actual lifetime of a Yosemite faucet.
"The limited lifetime warranty covers the original consumer purchaser for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns their home, warranting that this faucet will be leak-free during normal use and all parts and finishes of same will be free from defects in material and manufacturing workmanship".Impressively simple and comprehensive warranty language.
"A licensed plumber or contractor is required to perform any installation of our items for the warranty to be valid."Or, in other words,the warranty does not apply to do-it-yourself installations.