According to Cambridge Dictionary :What do you mean by warranty on maintenance? Warranty is usually for defects or failure, and I cannot see how it could apply to maintenance.
Can I at least say the warranty in on the machine (product) ?I still don't understand how you could have a warranty on/for maintenance. Under what circumstances would a payment be made or a repair or replacement be carried out under warranty?
So perhaps I should write :"Warranty on" followed by the product or device is fine.
You have a discrepancy in tense between "will be" and "was", and "be" is not a good choice of verb when the emphasis is on something changing. You should use something like "last" or "continue", or you could reword it and say that the warranty will expire or terminate.
Yes. Maintenance is a clause in the supply contract. The terms and conditions are set out there. We don't talk about a maintenance warranty. Warranty repairs are very common, however.What do you mean by warranty on maintenance? Warranty is usually for defects or failure, and I cannot see how it could apply to maintenance.