So back when I was heavy into modifying cars, there was a big problem with dealerships refusing to work on modified cars, saying that they weren't factory therefore warranty was invalid. The way to get anything done was to just say 4 words, and they would shut up and do what they're supposed to have in the first place. Magnusson Moss Warranty Act. Basically an act that said that if you modify a part and something fails that the modified part did not contribute to it breaking, then the warranty could not be invalidated. I don't know if this applied only to car warranties or all warranties, but does anyone know more about it? If it extends to ALL warranties, then we'd not have to worry about whether we voided our warranties by leaking, for hardware issues.