confirmation that accepted the order and contained detailed terms, including one that stated that the company made “no warranties of any kind.” Purchaser did not closely read the confirmation and did nothing further. Soon after the purchase, twenty of the computers suffered major hard drive failures. Purchaser sought to recover damages, but Seller sought to rely on the absence of warranties. Since the Seller said in their contract that they were making no warranties, does the Purchaser have a chance to recover damages?
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