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  1. #1
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    can a homeowner sell stuff here?

    Like the subject says..

  2. #2
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    What do you got?

  3. #3
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    the original nat gas burner and valve for an 80K Goodman GMVM, never used. The furnace was converted to Propane. And when I bought my house in 1999 it had an R22 AC unit that was not working quite right. I had a tech buddy (who retired 10 years ago) work on it but he would not provide the parts - so I went to Sam's club and bought a 30# jug of R22, that he used less than a pound of. I kept it in case this old unit needed work again. Anyway, The system is gone, so I have no use for R22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyport View Post
    the original nat gas burner and valve for an 80K Goodman GMVM, never used. The furnace was converted to Propane. And when I bought my house in 1999 it had an R22 AC unit that was not working quite right. I had a tech buddy (who retired 10 years ago) work on it but he would not provide the parts - so I went to Sam's club and bought a 30# jug of R22, that he used less than a pound of. I kept it in case this old unit needed work again. Anyway, The system is gone, so I have no use for R22.
    how much for the 22

  5. #5
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    No clue what it is worth, but I could google it. Any fair price is better than what I am getting for it sitting in the garage. Can the stuff be shipped without a hassle?

  6. #6
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    I know what its worth want to know what you want, if you goggle it and come up with that price, i and everyone here would run down the street to pay that price (Actually less). (No benefit to any of us here) unless its a super deal

  7. #7
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    I understand.. if it isn't cheaper for you then it might as well sit in my garage from your point of view. That makes sense, and I appreciate your honesty. I am in NE Ohio, could this stuff even be shipped via UPS to you? If it can, email me a good-for-everyone price, I will trust your honesty.

  8. #8
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    Ise be interested, maybe this sunday I could get it. Name your price.

  9. #9
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    That would be your best bet, he can pick it up and wont have shipping fees (Which are more withe freon)

  10. #10
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    I live in summit county 40 minutes away

    I'd be interested too if your deal falls thru

  11. #11
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    I would definitely not ship it. If anything happens and it ruptures you'll be in a heap of potential legal trouble.

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    Well dang, it gets shipped every day by someone......
    Quote Originally Posted by kdean1 View Post
    I would definitely not ship it. If anything happens and it ruptures you'll be in a heap of potential legal trouble.

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