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The state of California has passed a Right-to-Repair law, which will bring changes for consumers.


Samsung Galaxy Self Repair Program 1

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  • The Right-to-Repair bill in California has been signed into law by the Governor.

  • The law mandates that manufacturers guarantee the availability of repair materials for a minimum of seven years.

  • The legislation will become effective on July 1, 2024.


The state of California has taken the lead in the Right-to-Repair movement by enacting a recently passed law. On Tuesday, Governor Gavin Newsom officially signed the California Right to Repair Act, SB 244, marking a significant milestone in allowing individuals in the US to repair their electronic devices.