Microsoft Service Request status
Surface Studio, Surface Book, Surface Book with Performance Base, Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 3, Surface 3, Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro.
Troubleshoot the problem
Before sending your Surface in for service, try resetting it. Resetting your Surface may help resolve common issues and could save you time and effort. For more info, see Restore or reset Surface.
See the following pages for info on warranty, service, and recovery options for your Surface:
If you continue to have a problem, you can open a service request and send your Surface product in for service.
Open a service request
Getting service for Surface products is easy.
What if my product is out of warranty?
- During the process, we will tell you if your product is under warranty. You might be able to get service for your product if it is out of warranty, but there might be a service fee.
How much will service cost?
- The specific amount depends on the product and whether or not it is still under warranty. You can see the service fee during the service request process.
- If payment is required for the service, you can pay with American Express, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.
How long will it take to get my product serviced?
- Your device will typically be shipped to you in 3-12 business days after you ship the device to Microsoft, depending on your region—and barring any inventory or shipping delays.
- To ensure the best experience, customers who don’t have a Microsoft Support contract or an MSDN or TechNet subscription should submit a service request by phone.