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Bridgeport, Connecticut, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:New Returns must be sale-able and in original packaging. Defective Items are returnable for full credit within 30 days,shipping is the responsibility of the customer.Warranty refunds for parts only, labor is not covered or paid for (sorry no exceptions) Defective items over 30 days will be replaced with the same product only. No Refunds if over 30 days. Any Exceptions to this will be subject to a 20% Handling Fee. (to cover ebay and paypal fees that are not refundable after 30 days) We strive for 100% customer satisfaction please contact us if you need further assistance. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:20% Part Brand:EDELMANN Manufacturer Part Number:80094 SME:_3270 Length (in):55 Includes Switch Port:Yes End 2 Type:Male Inverted Flare End 2 Diameter (mm):14 End 1 Type:Male Captive O-Ring End 1 Diameter (mm):14 Life Cycle Status Code:1 Life Cycle Status Description:Available to order AAIA Part Type Description:PRESSURE LINE ASSEMBLIES

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