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Need help selling a Carrier 4-ton 10SEER unit!

Can I sell this unit? My installer installed the unit, then realized it was the wrong unit (he was supposed to be installing a heat pump) and then immediately de-installed the unit and left it with me. There is no damage to the unit.

Carrier WeatherMate® Air Conditioning Unit 38CKC048:

  • Item Number: 38CKC048---370
  • Manufacturer: Carrier
  • Category: Condenser
  • Serial No: 1094E25730
  • Retail Price: $902.00
  • Asking Price: $400 OBO
  • Description: 4 TON, 10 SEER, 208/230-1

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Yes you can sell this unit. You would have better luck posting on ebay or craigslist.

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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