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Unless you are inclined to spend tens of thousands of dollars up fron on such an endeavor, and certainly much more resolving any dispute (air fare alone)  the answer is simply NO. 

You have a warranty lawsuit if they wont pay for the replacement BUT you may have to prove the damage didn't occur AFTER the installation. 

All depends on the details and the contents of the letter. 

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