Unless it’s stated differently, usually, the warranty period is over when the original warranty expires, or if it’s replaced at the end of the warranty period, usually 90 days from the replacement. This is how electronics, cars, and just about anything with warranties work in the US. Can you imagine, my cars engine was replaced right before the warranty was up, so I get another 5 years under warranty right? wrong. you are covered until the expiration date of the warranty, or 90 days from the replacement date, whichever is longer. That being said, a lot of companies would assist in some way because they want to retain the business. I had a very expensive Sony TV fail after 4 years. Warranty was 2. I looked it up and it was a common failure. I called Sony and they offered to give me 70% discount on the purchase of a replacement. $1000 tv cost me $300 shipped. Purchased it, and over 10 years later the replacement is working like a champ. My suggestion is to start writing emails to higher ups at Yeti, and CC any and every executive you can get an email address for. Phone calls are easy to ignore, emails not so much. That’s a paper trail. Be civil, state your case, and include as much documentation as possible. It may take some research to find the email addresses for top executives there, but in my experience, that’s the way to get attention. No one wants to read about their product failing, and no one wants their boss asking them, “Why am I getting this? Handle it.” Good luck.