Modified on Mon, Nov 13, 2023 at 9:47 AM

    Data Center equipment can be complex pieces of equipment that require a lot of power to operate. They are subject to wear and tear over time, which can cause them to break down or malfunction which is why warranty is crucial. Warranty provides buyers with a sense of security that the product you are purchasing is of good quality and will function as intended. Second, it can help protect buyers from any defects or malfunctions that may occur during the warranty period. Third, warranty helps buyers save money on repairs or replacements if something does go wrong with the machine.

Here's how you can request your machine to be sent out for warranty repair.

Step 1:

Go to and create a support ticket regarding your offline or under performing unit. Our IT team will troubleshoot your unit and determine if your unit should go out for warranty repair.

Turnaround time may vary depending on the manufacturer's repair facilities. Therefore, it is beneficial for the unit to go through troubleshooting before going to warranty repair.

Step 2:

Await a response from our IT team regarding the status of your unit. 

  • If your unit comes back online and has been hashing properly there is no longer a need to pursue warranty repairs as sometimes units just need basic maintenance such as dusting to hash at full capacity again.
  • In the case your unit still continues to malfunction our IT team will contact you for approval to send the unit out for warranty repair.

Note: If there is no approval by customer to send out any unit under warranty center within 10 business days the unit will be placed into storage. 

Step 3:

If your unit was purchased through SFM Contracting LLC  we can check if your miner is still covered under warranty and we'll do the rest from there.

On the other hand if your unit was purchased through another vendor please contact them regarding the warranty on your unit and collect details on where the unit will go for warranty repair.

Step 4:

Once all steps have been complete expect a response from our IT team with tracking numbers for each unit sent out for warranty repair.

Here's what to expect next

Keep an eye out when your unit/s return from warranty repair. Our IT team will reach out when your unit/s have been set up. All you need to do is confirm your pools and worker names have been configured correctly.

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