A “Recertification Fee” is an arbitrary fee imposed by laser manufacturers and serves as a penalty for after-market buyers. It is usually $25,000-$50,000 to have the manufacturer perform a preventative maintenance and to redesignate ownership for the laser. Only after the recertification fee is paid can aftermarket owners procure parts and service from the original […]
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