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« on: March 30, 2008, 10:29:20 AM »

Stores may maintain departments for repairing the  products they, or others, sell. If physically separated* from the store, and no interchange of labor, the repair operations may be separately classified. You must determine the per cent of the repair employees time spent in repairing items on a warranty vs. job basis.

If over 50 percent turns out to be on a job basis, the applicable manual code applies.

*If the low rate, usually the store, governs and there is no interchange, the store and the repair codes may be assigned notwithstanding the lack of physical separation.

Information may be taken verbally if there is a lack of documentation. Please remember that the percent is based on the entire policy period. Please remind the insured.


Examples:
Store selling musical instruments:
Possible Repair code:  2923, “Musical Instrument Mfg.–Other than Metal–N.O.C.” and/or Classification 3383(3), “Watch Mfg.–including foundry operations”

Stores selling power hand tools:

Possible repair code:
3501(1),“Machinery Mfg.–portable tools and lawn care”
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« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2008, 06:55:42 PM »

Thank you, V, for that explanation of the R&I entry on Stores - Repair Departments - that's very helpful information. Smiley

It got me to thinking...I haven't personally handled a store policy for quite a while that had a repair department.  I wondered, of the 30 store codes in CA, which are most likely to have this exposure? 

In reviewing the store schedule:
  • 8066 Stores - Bicycles includes repairs
  • 8008 Stores - Clothing - Retail includes alterations
  • 8062 Stores - Computers contains a footnote assigning repairs to 5191(2)

Though there will always be unique situations out there, aside from these three codes, would you agree that we will most likely find repair operations in 8017(1) Stores — Retail — N.O.C.?

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« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2008, 11:52:57 PM »

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Examples:
Store selling musical instruments:
Possible Repair code:  2923, “Musical Instrument Mfg.–Other than Metal–N.O.C.” and/or Classification 3383(3), “Watch Mfg.–including foundry operations”

Stores selling power hand tools:
Possible repair code:
3501(1),“Machinery Mfg.–portable tools and lawn care”

Another example would be repair operations in connection with pool supply stores (80171)?  Seems to me several codes could apply:

  • 35012 - shop repair of pool pumps, filters, heaters, sweeps and air blowers
  • 3569 - shop repair of pool motors
  • 37241 - job site installation of pumps
  • 37242 - job site installation or repair of armatures, coil rewinding, motor, heater, filtration system, sweeping equipment, air blowers
  • 51831/51871 - pool piping installation
  • 9097 - routine maintenance incidental to the cleaning and servicing of a swimming pool, including annual tear down and cleaning of the pool pump and filter system; inspection & cleaning of the pump assembly; inspection of the motor for worn or defective parts and replacing parts conducted by the pool cleaning crew

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Though there will always be unique situations out there, aside from these three codes, would you agree that we will most likely find repair operations in 8017(1) Stores — Retail — N.O.C.?

As in Val's example of a store that sells power tools, that could be 8018 with a repair department.
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