The "Digital Electronics Right to Repair Act" is a bill that establishes requirements for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of digital electronic equipment and parts. It requires OEMs to make available to independent repair providers and owners of digital electronic equipment, on fair and reasonable terms, any documentation, parts, and tools necessary for the diagnosis, maintenance, or repair of the equipment. The bill also prohibits OEMs from using certain mechanisms to prevent the installation or functioning of non-manufacturer approved replacement parts, charge additional fees for future repairs, or limit who can purchase parts or perform repair services.

This bill aims to give individuals and businesses the right to repair their digital electronic equipment by ensuring that OEMs provide the necessary resources for repairs. It also includes definitions for terms such as "owner," "part," and "tool," and applies to equipment sold on or after January 1, 2025.