Warranty on electronics to start in Fall

Applicable to electronics, electric and gas appliances and products to priced at a minimum of NIS 150, the new warranty certificate rules will require manufacturers and suppliers to repair or replace tools for damaged products within 10 days.

By SHARON WROBEL
August 2, 2006 07:32

Manufacturers and suppliers of electronics will be required to provide one-year warranties when the new consumer protection regulations come into effect September 19. Applicable to electronics, electric and gas appliances and products to priced at a minimum of NIS 150, the new warranty certificate rules will require manufacturers and suppliers to repair or replace tools for damaged products within 10 days. If the product cannot be repaired the consumer would be entitled to replacement or reimbursement. Furthermore, home repair service would be required for certain appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines and air conditioners within three days of notice of a problem.


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