To find a [manufacturer] [seller] at fault for strict product liability for defect in the [design of] [manufacture of] [adequacy or lack of warnings about] the product, the Plaintiff must prove these elements by the greater weight of the evidence:
1) The [manufacturer] [seller] was in the business of selling the type of product;
2) The product was defective because of [its design] [its manufacture] [inadequate or lack of warnings] when the [manufacturer] [seller] sold it, regardless of how careful the [manufacturer] [seller] was;
3) The defective condition made the product unreasonably dangerous to the Plaintiff when put to a use for which it was intended or could reasonably be anticipated; and
4) The product was expected to and did reach the [Plaintiff] [user] without substantial change in the condition in which it was sold.
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