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TM 9-2330-394-13&P
GENERAL INFORMATION/WARRANTY
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WARRANTY - Continued
2. Explanation of Terms (cont).
p. Warranty Period. Time during which the warranty is in effect. Normally measured as the
maximum number of years, months, days, miles, or hours used.
q. Warranty Start Date. The date the warranty is put into effect.
3. Coverages-Specific. The trailers, serial numbers up through 099999, have an S&S Extended
Warranty and a Pass-Through Warranty, which is a Vendor's (Michelin) Commercial Warranty, as well as
Ohio Casting Warranty identified in paragraph 6. All are administered by Stewart & Stevenson Tactical
Vehicle Systems, LP (TVSLP). The item identified in Table 1. Supplier Summary Section has a Pass-
Through Warranty available. The items identified in Table 2. S&S Extended Summary Section are items
warranted by TVSLP. Ohio Casting parts identified in paragraph 6 are warranted by TVSLP. To find out if
the Pass-Through Warranty for the item listed in Table 1. Supplier Summary Section, an S&S Extended
Warranty for an item listed in Table 2. S&S Extended Summary Section, or Ohio Casting part described in
paragraph 6, are still in effect, simply contact your local WARCO. Your local WARCO can contact TVSLP
at 1-800-221-3688, and ask for the Warranty Department, or online through their website at
www.tvsonlinesupport.com. The Warranty Department will need the information in paragraph 3.b. to
determine if the warranty is still in effect. This warranty information applies to the equipment listed
below. The items are manufactured by Stewart & Stevenson Tactical Vehicle Systems, LP (TVSLP) under
contract number DAAE07-98-C-M005. Inquiries can be made to TVSLP by calling 1-800-221-3688.
These are the M1082 and M1095 series models and the National Stock Numbers (NSN) for each:
TRAILER, CARGO: LMTVT, ONE AXLE, 2-1/2 TON, M1082
TRAILER, CARGO: MTVT, TWO AXLE, 5 TON, M1095
a. Defects. If a defect/failure is caused by (or falls within) any of the following categories, it is not
considered warrantable and a claim should not be initiated:
1)
Misuse or negligence
2)
Accidents
3)
Improper operation
4)
Improper storage
5)
Improper transport
6)
Improper or insufficient maintenance service
7)
Improper alterations or repairs
8)
Defect/failure discovered or occurring after warranty expiration date
9)
Fair wear and tear items (brake shoes, etc)
10)
Foreign object damage
11)
Improper packing or handling
12)
Combat damage
13)
Consequential damages resulting from a defect or failure
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