3. Coverages-specific. The following table provides all information necessary to identify the items covered and the
terms of coverage of the warranty program. All items delineated in these paragraphs have been furnished to the
Government under provisions of contract DAAKO 1-9(0-00046 between John R. Hollingsworth Co. (Prime Contractor)
and US Army TROSCOM.
Table 3-1. Coverage Item List
Number Number Stock No.
Air Conditioner, 0001
12 months* Design
*12 months from the date placed in service by the government, not to exceed 24 months from date of equipment
acceptance as shown on the DD250.
4. Contractor responsibilities.
a. The contractor guarantees that all supplies and parts conform to the design and manufacturing
requirements, and are free from all defects in materials and workmanship. This guarantee is for 12 months from the date
placed in service by the Government not to exceed 24 months from the date of equipment acceptance as shown on the
Material Inspection and Receiving Report (DD Form 250). This accounts for up to 12 months storage.
b. The contractor shall include the furnishing of new or repaired items to replace any that prove to be
nonconforming and/or defective within the warranty period. Such items shall be furnished at no cost to the Government,
FOB manufacturer's nearest dealer or branch, or to the original line item destination, Government. The cost of repair or
replacement of items shall be borne by the contractor, except for Government performed labor for field removal and
replacement of components and parts.
c. In the event of a failure of any warranted item or component thereof to meet the conditions specified in
paragraph a above:
(1). The contractor shall ship within 10 days of receipt of the failed item, new or repaired parts necessary
to correct defects at no cost to the Government.
(2). If the contractor fails to deliver such parts promptly, as determined by the Contracting Officer, the
contractor shall pay costs incurred by the Government in procuring such parts from another source.
5. Government responsibilities. The U.S. Army Troop Support Command (TROSCOM) is responsible for
managing and implementing this warranty. TROSCOM Warranty Control Office (WARCO)/point of contact is: