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Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:DEFECTIVE: If product is defective upon arrival, please email us immediately with a digital photo of the product, we will assist you with the returning procedure and we will be responsible for all shipping charges DAMAGE: If product is damaged upon arrival, please e-mail a digital photo of the problem. We will file a damage claim to the shipping company. After claim has been approved, we will re-ship the item at shipping company's cost PACKAGE LOST: If the package is lost in transit, we will follow up with shipping company right away, replacement or refund at buyer's choice RECEIVED INCORRECT ITEM: If buyer received incorrect item, please e-mail us with a digital photo of the item. We will issue a prepaid return shipping label and responsible for re-shipping charge. (For domestic shipment only) PURCHASED WRONG ITEM AND WANT TO EXCHANGE: If buyer purchase the wrong item by error and wants a return, shipping and handling charges is not refundable, buyer will also be responsible for another shipping and handling charge. PURCHASED WRONG ITEM AND WANT A REFUND: If buyer purchased the wrong item by error and wants an exchange, buyer is responsible for all shipping charges. Returned items will be subject to a 15% restocking fee, and must be in brand new, resalable condition. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Brand New Manufacturer Part Number:Motorcycle Regulator Rectifier Surface Finish:Fit for HONDA CBR 250R MC19 CB600 CB500 CBR900RR Warranty:Yes

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