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    E-bay Carrier Infinity 21 Series

    What's up with the guy in TX selling NIB units for < 1/2 of retail price? He includes free shipping and he states that the warr is done on-line by the H/O.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseRx View Post
    What's up with the guy in TX selling NIB units for < 1/2 of retail price? He includes free shipping and he states that the warr is done on-line by the H/O.
    What is your question?

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    Quote Originally Posted by classical View Post
    What is your question?
    How can he get one to fit in the Christmas stocking?

    And if it doesn't work, will Santa provide a warranty?


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    Just merly inquiring if the deal is legit and how he can pull it off, although he has a high E-bay satisfaction rating

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseRx View Post
    Just merly inquiring if the deal is legit and how he can pull it off, although he has a high E-bay satisfaction rating
    Why don't you call him & ask him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseRx View Post
    Just merly inquiring if the deal is legit and how he can pull it off, although he has a high E-bay satisfaction rating
    Almost every HVAC system is avail. online so this is nothing new. However I wonder how he assures the buyer of getting the tax credit?

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    I'd say it says in the fine print your supposed to get a "Qualified Technician" to install the system. Then if it doesnt they're responsible for it.

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    remember the old saying if something sounds too good to be true, but i bet a few will bite im new to this site they have rules against diys but they let this junk in if its for real ask for model and serial then call local carrier rep they know whats up with this equipment im sure the real hvac guys wont bite.

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    Anyone know the Texas District sales rep for Carrier... he/she probably would be interested to meet this person for lunch...

    If nothing else, to be sure equipment is not warranted when it is installed by a non-licensed person.

    Here in GA, most of the distributors will not sell to non-licensed folks. No exceptions.
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    If one found a licensed HVAC installer, would that satisfy the warr requirements? Do most muncipalities require pulling a permit and an inspection also?

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    I am not sure how it works with Carrier... however:

    If one looks at the Rheem or Ruud website, it has a large 'warning' place to click on... Site says equipment purchase online will NOT be warranted... period.
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    Good point and a deal breaker. I would think that Carrier would be equally as strict w/ its warr requirements as Rheem, especially on a system as involved as the Infinity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    If one looks at the Rheem or Ruud website, it has a large 'warning' place to click on... Site says equipment purchase online will NOT be warranted... period.
    Then why is Rheem the second largest manufacturer embracing online sales? (second only to Goodman)

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