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Old 06-04-2019, 04:00 PM
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Location: Chocorua New Hampshire
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Load it in your car and take it home. then do it. Take it out on the sidewalk and fix it. It it broke in your possession then you could always just sell it and buy a new one and have that installed for you by a licensed electrician for a fee. If it is the case that someone without UL accreditation or as a licensed electrician can come into your shop and fix it, then the insurance policy is shot full of holes. Are you going to ask proof of license with anyone who walks through the door? Based on this I assume they have to sign off on a liability responsibility document. Are you telling anyone who comes in about this interesting feature of your insurance?
Where are we going and why am I in this basket?
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