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#1 posted 02-09-2014 04:53 PM

Your old machine was in his care and trust when you brought it to him and he should make you a satisfied customer..

I know nothing at all about snow blowers but if you want to accept the replacement unit he is offering you should ask that he provide a 100% parts and labor warranty for however number of years you think is fair.

This means no additional out of pocket expense for you and if it does need repair it is cheaper for him to fix it.

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