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10-02-2019 06:46:15

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What is the best way to handle a company and dealer that s refusing to do the right thing ?

I have a TYM T394 tractor with backhoe and loader. I ve owned for six months and it s been broken seven times. It s only been in my possession for two months out of the six. Does anybody have a way to handle these companies that refuse to do the right thing?

Does the lemon law apply to Tractors?

I don t know if that s a way to go but I ve already asked for a replacement and they refuse.

Is there any other web forms that I can post my story on? Maybe there s a way to go just get the word out so nobody else has to go through what I m going through .

Any ideas please thank you

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10-22-2019 13:07:17

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Re: Best way to handle? in reply to Soultwater, 10-02-2019 06:46:15  
[quote="RedGreenGuy"](reply to post at 21:06:36 10/22/19) [/Illinois supreme court gave this verdict on a lemon RV, might work on your tractor.

At issue before the court was whether the revocation was allowed under the Uniform Commercial Code. The code states that a buyer may "revoke his acceptance of a lot or commercial unit whose non-conformity substantially impairs its value" under two conditions one, if the buyer knew the item was defective but expected it to be repaired, and it was not repaired in a reasonable amount of time; or two, if the buyer did not know of the defect at the time of purchase.quote]

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10-22-2019 13:06:36

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Re: Best way to handle? in reply to Soultwater, 10-02-2019 06:46:15  
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10-05-2019 18:00:41

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Re: Best way to handle? in reply to Soultwater, 10-02-2019 06:46:15  
You could try the Better Business Bureau or the State Attorney General Office. Good Luck

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