I refer to a previous discussion on this group for this topic.
Dan had commented
"In the warranty period, the report is a valid compliant and needs investigation; there
are a number of Warning Letters to that effect. In the expected life period (after
warranty), it is probably a valid complaint and may or may not require an investigation."
Needed some clarification around this. After the warranty period but during the expected(service)life , what could be the rationale for not investigating a complaint ? When there is no requirement of investigating complaints after the expected life , can this expected life be the service life ?
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