Can I sue a dealer for selling me a new mower with a defective motor... I paid over $6000 for the mower and they won't replace it.
Warranty claim to repair or replace the motor seems like a good place to start.
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Possibly. You would need to review the warranty which applies to the mower. A local business attorney can perhaps assist you with this. However, the $6000 amount in controversy makes hiring a lawyer problematic.
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If you can get it fixed under the warenty. If not, sue everybody, especially the manufacteror. Be worned though, you may be a lot of time and money into this thing before you get any results. However you go at bout it, at this point I ould definately deal with the manufacturer, not the dealer.
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