The hardware from another defective device , Accounting Basics

Assume we are a trading company giving devices and sometimes after sales service. when any fault came we just replace the hardware from another defective device and getting the payment from the customer. How can we account that?

Ans) At the time of sale

cash sales. Cash A/c-------Dr

to sales A/c

2. Credit sales

Customer Name A/c ----Dr

to sales A/c.

 

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