Fabers Appliance Repair Warranty
Labor Warranty
The labor warranty is 60 (sixty) days only. Labor warranty only applies  to repair(s) and(or) service described on the invoice.  All warranty work honored 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. No warranty work honored Saturdays, Sundays or Holidays.

Labor charge(s) is(are) not refundable. After repairs are completed in the home or after delivery of the repaired appliance(s) from the shop, turn on the appliance(s) to see if it is operating to your satisfaction. If additional service is required after the technician has left your  home and he must be “recalled” an additional charge based on in the home time will be made. This is not a service call, but a time charge that would have appeared on the original billing had the service man worked longer on the original call or ship repair; this recall price is granted for 5 days following repair of appliance(s). After 5 days any other service required is considered a new service call and you will be charged for the trip charge and all necessary labor charges.

Parts Warranty
Parts used in the repair of your appliance(s) are new and not reconditoned to the original parts in your appliance(s), these parts carry a normal 60 day warranty.  If parts replaced fail during the warranty period, they will be replaced without charge for the parts.  Customer will not pay for labor and handling costs incurred to replace such parts.  Only parts listed on this invoice are covered by this warranty.  If other parts fail  due to use or age or for and other reason beyond our control they will be replaced and the regular price for material and labor rates will be charged.  Clearing of clogged drains is not covered by the warranty, that is not a failue of the appliance, but by customer lack of maintance or scrapping of plates.  No guarantee on replacement of plastic or glass shelf support basket slides.
Intermittent Condition Warranty
There is absolutely no labor warranty on any parts with an intermittent problem. Since the problem is not apparent it cannot by traced. The only time such a problem can be traced is when the problem actually exists.