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Raymarine E63069 Dsm300 Sounder Module Tested Working Software Version 4.20 on 2040-parts.com

US $300.00
Location:

North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, United States

North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, United States
TESTED / WORKING
Brand:Raymarine Model:DSM300 Manufacturer Part Number:E63069

RAYMARINE
 DSM300
E63069

Item Description
IF YOU INTEND ON BIDDING PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION

Condition : used / tested / working

This auction is for a used Raymarine DSM300.  This was removed from a working system and was bench tested with an E120 Classic to make sure it was fully functional. This unit is in great shape. Software version 4.20. Comes with installation manual and power cable. 

Does not include E120. E120 was for testing purpose only.



BY BIDDING ON THIS ITEM YOU ARE STATING THAT YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS ENTIRE DESCRIPTION.

ITEMS INCLUDED
(If its not listed here, its not included)

1 - Raymarine DSM300

2 - Power Cable

3 - Manual



You can see the users manual here : Users Manual

If you have any issues with any of my auctions please don't just open a case.  Contact me first and I will be more than willing to right any wrong.  The new seller ratings count any case opened against us sellers so please understand we would rather work with you than result to that.  We want you to be happy so please keep us happy too.

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Shipping Information
International shipping is available for this item but please understand that customs information will be entered accurately (I will not alter the cost).  
*All international buyers are responsible for all tax, duties and customs fees*

You can rest assured that this item will be wrapped and packed with great care.

On orders over $250 the package will need to be signed for.
Terms of Sale
By bidding on this auction you are accepting these terms

I have tested this item to the best of my abilities and to bid is to expect that the item will work only as shown and described.  I can not guarantee all of the features to work if I don't have the proper sensors to test them with.  


By bidding on this item you are fully committing to follow through with the purchase.  I expect payment within 48 hours of auction end, if you have a problem or if payment will take longer then please contact me first.  If I do not hear from you or payment is not received within the 48 hours I will assume the auction is forfeit, open an unpaid item case against you, and relist the item.  I will treat all non payers, mind changers, and time wasters the same!

This unit will arrive exactly as described and shown below.  If there are any issues please contact me immediately.  If you wish to return the item, in its advertised conditionyou will have 14 days after receipt of the item to issue a return.  After 14 days I will no longer accept returns.  Once the item is back in my hands I will issue a refund.  Please be aware that I will refund the winning bid price only, Any shipping costs paid will not be refunded!  If shipping was free then I will deduct the price I paid for shipping from the refund.

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