The Right to Repair Act (Civ. Code 895 et seq.) does not apply at all to product liability claims against a non-builder manufacturer of a product that a builder incorporates into a residence–unless the product defect causes the residence to violste one of the building standards set out in Civ. Code 896.  (Civ. Code 896(g)(3)(E).)  Here, however, a defect in defendant’s pipe joint caused the residence’s plumbing system to leak, thus violating a standard set out in Civ. Code 896(a)(14), (15).  Thus, the plaintiff’s claim fell within the scope of the Right to Repair Act.  However, as to claims against non-builder manufacturers, that act preempts only claims for negligence or breach of contract, and not claims for strict products liability or breach of implied warranty.