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During the Defects Liability Period, the Electrical Contractor shall be responsible for the service and maintenance work for the complete installation. All works shall be carried out by competent person. All labour, material, tools and parts necessary to rectify the defect due to manufacturing/installation faults shall be supplied/executed at the Electrical Contractor’s cost.
The service and maintenance to be performed and defects to be rectified and making good shall include but not limited to the following: –
(a) Replacing or making good all luminaires, control gears, capacitors, lamps, switches, sockets-outlets, switched socket outlets, power points, fuses, mccb, mcb, acb, rccb, push
buttons, contactors, starters, meters etc.
(b) Replacing all consumable items that do not meet the manufacturer’s guaranteed or declared life span.
(c) Replacing and making good all loose and burnt cables and termination, all mechanical support linkage, earth electrode chambers and covers, conduits, trunkings etc.
(d) Making good any damage to roads, buildings, drains, cables, pipes, concrete areas, paved areas etc. which had not been properly made good arising out of his work.
(e) All other works as deemed necessary by the S.O.’s Representative.
All works shall be carried out as soon as the Electrical Contractor is being informed by the S.O.’s Representative or the occupant and shall be completed within a reasonable time except under emergency situation as stipulated in the Supplementary Conditions for Electrical Work. If the Electrical Contractor fails to comply with the above requirements, the S.O.’s Representative reserves the right to engage another party to carry out the work, in which case, the Electrical Contractor shall be responsible for all the expenses incurred.


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