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Resistor Assembly 398545 | Omc *new* on

US $32.00

Tom Bean, Texas, United States

Tom Bean, Texas, United States



New OMC resister assembly part number 398545 or 0398545.

Assembly is in original package.

Item is sold as is as shown. 






All items will be shipped free to you via “economy shipping” (1-10 business days), unless otherwise requested and paid for by the buyer. Buyer is also responsible for additional services, such as shipping insurance or expedited shipping.



A refund of a returned item, minus original shipping costs, will be issued if buyer contacts seller within 14 days of purchase and has a specific issue. The item being returned must be unopened, uninstalled and in resalable condition and there is no return on electrical components.

The refund will be for the item being returned minus shipping costs. Shipping charges are non-refundable. All items being returned for a refund will be subject to inspection. If the item being returned has been installed, damaged or the original packaging is damaged or marked and is not in resalable condition (i.e. torn, broken, written on, etc.) no refund will be issued.


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