Duty to Install Under a Full Warranty
 
700.9 Duty to Install Under a Full Warranty
Under section 104(a)(1) of the Act, 15 U.S.C. 2304(a)(1), the remedy under a full warranty must be provided to the consumer without charge. If the warranted product has utility only when installed, a full warranty must provide such installation without charge regardless of whether or not the consumer originally paid for installation by the warrantor or his agent. However, this does not preclude the warrantor from imposing on the consumer a duty to remove, return, or reinstall where such duty can be demonstrated by the warrantor to meet the standard of reasonableness under section 104(b)(1), 15 U.S.C. 2304(b)(1).
700.1 Products Covered
700.2 Date of Manufacturer
700.3 Written Warranty
700.4 Parties "actually making" a Written Warranty
700.5 Expressions of General Policy
700.6 Designation of Warranties
700.7 Use of Warranty Registration Cards
700.8 Warrantor's decision as Final
700.9 Duty to install under a full warranty
700.10 Prohibited Tying
700.11 Written Warranty, Service Contract, and insurance distinguished for purposes of compliance under the Act
700.12 Effective Date of 16 CFR parts 701 and 702