Under California’s Lemon Law, manufacturers of most household electronic goods that sell for more than $100 have to provide spare parts for up to seven years, regardless of warranty status.
Under California’s Lemon Law, manufacturers of most household electronic goods that sell for more than $100 have to provide spare parts for up to seven years, regardless of warranty status. Associated Press file
Under California’s Lemon Law, manufacturers of most household electronic goods that sell for more than $100 have to provide spare parts for up to seven years, regardless of warranty status. Associated Press file

David Lazarus: California’s Lemon Law helps protect pricey consumer electronics

December 12, 2015 06:03 AM

UPDATED December 12, 2015 02:03 PM

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