SERVICE & SUPPORT
Electrician, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration
Contractor Licence: 301144C
To avoid needless service and undue inconvenience, check the following points before you lodge a service request.
It is essential that you carefully read supplied instructions.
This will ensure that any of the problems you encounter are not caused by misreading or incorrectly following directions.
Note: A chargeable fee will be issued if a service technician finds that the machine is operating correctly. This chargeable fee also applies to items within their warranty period.
Make sure the power cord or plug has not been damaged. Is power available at the power point? Check by connecting another appliance, such as a lamp or other products that you know that are working, to the power point.
Some appliances have built in over-temperature cut-out switches for protection. Ensure that you let the unit cool down before depressing the reset switch.
Refrigerator and freezer units of all types must have condenser filters cleaned regulary. Check that they are clean before lodging a service request.
The key to a rental is that the ownership of the equipment, and all the risks associated with the
ownership of the equipment, rests with the financier (lessor) rather than the lessee (the renter)
Note that the actual Daily Rate that you pay may be lower due to Tax deductions
FOR THE RESELLER & END PURCHASER
Food Equipment Distributors provides rental rates as a guide only.
Rental rates shown are daily and for a 60 month agreement.
These rental rates include Government Stamp Duty & GST.
There may be a minimum amount required for a rental agreement.
RENTAL RATES CAN CHANGE AT ANY TIME
Rental rates are based upon information supplied by leading rental organisations and are subject to change at any time.
CHOOSE YOUR OWN RENTAL COMPANY
Rental agreements can be made with a RENTER of choice and subject to that RENTERS criteria.
FOR THE END PURCHASER
Depending on circumstances, there may or may not be advantages in renting.
Seek advice from experts in the finance area. F.E.D. does not provide tax or accounting advice so please see your tax advisor for details.
You should compare renting with other forms of finance and make your own choice.
F.E.D. is in no way connected with any rental company or responsible for the information or of any implementation of such information and of any result arising from its use.