§ 143.10. Required manufacturer records.
(a) Whenever a manufacturer receives information that may indicate the existence in a home produced by that manufacturer of an imminent safety hazard, serious defect, defect or noncompliance, the manufacturer shall, as soon as possible, but at least 20 days after receipt of the information, carry out necessary investigations and inspections to determine whether it is responsible under Federal law and regulations for providing notification as to the hazard, defect or noncompliance. See 24 CFR 3282.404 and 3282.407 (relating to notification pursuant to manufacturers determination; and notification and correction pursuant to administrative determination).
(b) The manufacturer shall maintain complete records of the information and determinations received and compiled in compliance with subsection (a). The records shall be complete, and be in a form that will permit the Commonwealth to readily discern who made the determination with respect to a particular piece of information, what the determination was and the basis for that determination. Records shall be kept for at least 6 years from the date the information was received.
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