I bought a great scanner off a seller on ebay who only said that the physical condition looked good but knew nothing else about it. Sold "As Is".
When I got it I saw the only problem was that the geared plastic piece that the scan head runs along had come loose from wherever it had been hooked with a spring. Now I'm in search of a manual or picture that shows me how the thing gets hooked back up.
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This really isn't an appraisal service. You can search online (eBay, Etsy, etc.) sites that have recently sold similar machines. Price also depends on its physical and working condition, the accessories that are included, where it is located, etc. In essence, an item's value is only worth what a seller is willing to pay.
Good luck, there is nothing you can do. Ebay is a great marketplace for scammers and there is virtually no protection for sellers any more (you cannot even leave negative feedback any more as a seller so clearly they think they only have bad sellers).
I had a similar problem with a PS3 which came back in bits and they had pinched the insides out and put in faulty parts, not even bothering to screw them back in or connect any of the cables.
Ebay told me they would look at it under the seller protection program but only if I reimbursed them and reported to actionfraudUK. When I did this, they refused to do anything and said they would never have agreed to look into such cases as it is always impossible to prove what I sent is different to what I got back.
you were sold a piece of junk! first contact seller. no joy there- post a complaint to e-bay. don't expect any miracles- they may try to lay it on something you did. sometimes just opening the package makes you responsible, in their opinion! i've had it happen! rarely. good luck!
I would contact the seller for that information. Also check the ebay listing to see if the seller offers a DOA( Dead on Arrival) return. It would probably cost you more to repair it than to just buy a new one. The seller should be responsible for providing that information to you or to accept the return on the item.