A manufacturer who sells an assistive technology device or a mobility aid to a consumer, either directly or through a dealer, shall furnish the consumer with an express warranty stating that the assistive technology device or mobility aid is free from any nonconformity. The duration of the express warranty shall be not less than one year after first delivery of the assistive technology device or mobility aid to a consumer. If a manufacturer fails to furnish an express warranty as required by this section, the assistive technology device or mobility aid shall be covered by the express warranty as if the manufacturer had furnished an express warranty to the consumer as required by this section.
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