If a new assistive technology device or mobility aid does not conform to an applicable express warranty and the consumer reports the nonconformity to the manufacturer, the lessor, or any of the manufacturer's authorized dealers and makes the assistive technology device or mobility aid available for repair before one year after first delivery of the assistive technology device or mobility aid to a consumer, the nonconformity shall be repaired and the manufacturer shall pay collateral costs incurred by the consumer.
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