Indiana law states: If electronic equipment costs $50.00 or more and needs repair, Indiana law requires repairs to be completed by the repairman within 45 days from the day the item is delivered for repair, even if the item is not covered under warranty. If a part has to be ordered, the customer must be advised of the delay and the order must be placed within 15 days after the item arrives for services.
Manufactures must maintain parts for seven years after the date the product was made. However, if there is a delay beyond the manufacturer's control, the part must be shipped as soon as it becomes available. The repairman has 30 days to fix the equipment after receiving the part from the manufacturer.