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So, if something goes wrong with a product you buy, you will get a repair or replacement under the guarantee.

Yes, it is not correct.

Will is a modal verb and modal verbs are followed by a base verb e.g get. In this case get is appropriate for the meaning of the sentence.

will be get makes no sense.

Yes, the product will be repaired (or get repaired) or replaced if it is faulty (broken) under the conditions of the guarantee.

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