Where will repairs be made to large equipment such as air seeders, combines and swathers?
If requested, a dealer may come to the farm and perform the repairs in the field. If this happens, the dealer may charge the farmer for mileage and travel time from the dealership to the farm. The repair would be covered by warranty if applicable. If a new farm implement keeps breaking down, is recourse available other than the standard warranty? If a new farm implement fails to work properly when it is maintained and used under reasonable operating conditions, send a registered letter to the Administrator of the Farm Implement Act, the distributor and the dealer. The “notice of failure to perform” letter must: • state the date that the implement was purchased (include a copy of the retail contract); • outline the problems experienced with the implement; • cite Section 7 of the FIA as the authority. This “notice of failure to perform” must be sent within 10 days of actual use whether or not those days are consecutive, or the first 50 hours of actual use. Upon formal notification, the d