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replacement

a new remedy open to consumers in the UK under regulations promulgated in 2002 where goods are supplied in breach of contract. The vendor has the choice to repair instead. This is additional to the traditional rules on breach of contract.
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By 2018, the utility plans to replace 510 miles of aging cast-iron and unprotected steel gas lines under a program approved in 2015 by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities.
* Outdated or broken TVs is a strong driver to replace TVs without being a top reason.
To replace these, you need to turn off the water supply at the stop-valve.
The customer still has the option of leaving these parts in, but doing so would mean a return trip to replace the parts just weeks or months later once they have run their course.
He looks either for the inbounds pass from #1 or to replace #5 in the vacated corner area.
547 to determine if an insurance payment received to replace destroyed property could create gain subject to Federal income tax.
Even as efforts to replace lead in solder move ahead, there still appear to be concerns about the impact that newly implemented metals will have on human and environmental health.
For instance, Brace says that a high-production yard will typically choose to replace hammers with fewer production tons on them because a hammer's productivity drops as it wears out.
Replace worn faucet washers in sinks and showers, and replace worn-out fixtures with washerless units.
A spokesman for Newcastle Council said: "We endeavour to replace bins as soon as possible after they have been removed.
The MMU's AN/ASH-42 digital data set replaces the Viking's digital memory unit, transportable cartridge and USH-42 mission recorder/reproducer set.
Replace "the magnetic field within the balance chamber is vertical with the form..." by "the vertical magnetic field strength within the balance chamber has the form...".