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IN0039 | Rev 4 January/2018 Page 2 of 2 NuAire, Inc. | 2100 Fernbrook Lane | Plymouth, MN 55447 | U.S.A | ph: 763.553.1270 | fx: 763.553.0459 | tf: 800.328.3352 | www.nuaire.com WARRANTY NuAire, Inc. warrants that it will repair F.O.B. its factory or furnish without charge F.O.B. its factory, a similar part to replace any material in its equipment within 12 months after the date of sale if proved to the satisfaction of the company to have been d efective at the time it was sold provided that all parts claimed defective shall be returned, properly identified to the company at its factory, charged prepaid. Factory installed equipment or accessories are warranted only to the extent guaranteed by the original manufacturer and this warranty shall not apply to any portion of the equipment modified by the user. Claims under this warranty should be directed to NuAire, Inc. setting forth in detail the nature of the defect, that date of the initial installation and the serial and model number of the equipment. This warranty shall not apply to any NuAire product or part thereof which has been subject to misuse, abuse, accident, shipping damage, improper installation or service or damage by fire, flood or acts of God. If the serial number of the product is altered, removed or defaced as to be illegible, the warranty shall be null and void in its entirety. The warranty is for the sole benefit of the original purchaser and is not assignable or transferable. SHIPMENTS NuAire takes every reasonable precaution to insure that your incubator arrives without damage. Motor carriers are carefully selected and shipping cartons have been specially designed to insure your purchase. However, damage can occur in any shipment and the following outlines the steps you should take on receipt of a NuAire incubator to be sure that if damage has occurred, the proper claims and actions are taken immediately. DAMAGED SHIPMENTS Terms are factory, unless stated otherwise. Therefore it is important to check each shipment before acceptance. If there is visible damage, the material can be accepted after the driver makes a notation on the consignee's copy of the freight bill. Then an inspection must be made to verify the claim against the carrier. This inspection is the basis of your filing the cla im against the carrier. If concealed damage is found, it is absolutely necessary to NOTIFY THE FREIGHT AGENT AT ONCE, and request an inspection. Without this inspection, the transportation company may not accept a claim for loss or damage. If the carrier will not perform the inspection, an affidavit must be prepared stating that he was contacted on a certain date and that he failed to comply with the request. This along with other papers in the customer's possession will support the claim.

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