A registrant shall, upon the consummation of a sale of a hearing aid, deliver to the
purchaser a written receipt, signed by or on behalf of the registrant, containing
all of the following:
(1) The date of consummation of the sale.
(2) Specifications as to the make, serial number, and model name or number of the
hearing aid or aids sold.
(3) The address of the principal place of business of the registrant.
(4) A statement to the effect that the aid or aids delivered to the purchaser are
used or reconditioned, as the case may be, if that is the fact.
(5) The number of the registrant's registration certificate.
(6) The terms of any guarantee or express warranty, if any, made to the purchaser
with respect to such hearing aid or hearing aids.
(7) A copy of the written waiver forms as required by section 403. 1
(8) Such receipt shall bear, or have attached to it in no smaller than ten-point type
“The purchaser has been advised at the outset of his relationship with the hearing
aid dealer that any examination or representation made by a registered hearing aid
dealer and fitter in connection with the practice of fitting and selling of this hearing
aid, is not an examination, diagnosis, or prescription by a person licensed to practice
medicine in this Commonwealth and therefore must not be regarded as medical opinion.”
(9) Such receipt shall bear on its face and in no smaller than ten-point bold type
“If your rights are violated you may contact the State Bureau of Consumer Protection
or the Pennsylvania Department of Health in Harrisburg or your local district attorney.”
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