Sec. 1 . The following definitions apply throughout this chapter:
(1) “Adequate service information” means facts sufficient to enable a service representative or independent service facility to repair a product, including detailed schematic diagrams, operational voltages, and parts identification.
(2) “Audio or visual entertainment product” means an electronic product that:
(A) generates electronic signals or uses amplification devices, such as a radio, an item of audio playback or recording equipment, a television, or a video playback or recording unit; and
(B) is purchased by a consumer primarily for personal, family, or household uses and not for business or agricultural uses.
(3) “Authorized service representative” means until July 1, 1996, any dealer of audio or visual entertainment products licensed under IC 25-36-1 (repealed) who has been designated by a manufacturer as one (1) of the dealers who will be reimbursed for service or repairs that the dealer may render, including labor or parts, in connection with an express warranty of the product made by the manufacturer.
(4) “Independent service facility” means any dealer of audio or visual entertainment products who:
(A) has not been designated an “authorized service representative” by a manufacturer;
(B) services audio or visual entertainment products without reimbursement from the manufacturer in connection with an express warranty made by the manufacturer; and
(C) until July 1, 1996, is licensed as a television and radio service technician under IC 25-36-1 (repealed).
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