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#1 posted 02-09-2014 05:36 PM

+1 to Greg’s advice.

Remember, you’re not the one who paid for the insurance and dealt with the insurance company and police.

He’s been “made whole” by the insurance company and now he’s trying to do right by you. Get a WRITTEN contract that spells out the circumstances, what he’s giving you physically, and what assurances he’s giving you that the unit will operate satisfactorily and reliably for a specified period of time.


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