You might need to check out your state's consumer protection act or consumer protection code.. THere is a federal guideline, the Uniform commercial code, upon which most states have based their consumer protection laws.
Since I'm nt a lwayer I can not give you advice, save to check it out.. When a warrnty reads "you may have other rights which vary from state to state" they are NOT kidding.. that is an absolute fact.. A UCC lawyer can explain in detail, I can not. (NOTE: it's not will not, it's can not, I have not the ability, I only have one state's laws on my hard and wet drives)
Home is where I park it!