I haven't contacted the freight company yet just trying to get an idea. Didn't want them to say here is a check for what you payed now you have to pay for the difference.
After just getting off the phone the seller said they ordered the unit and the customer never picked the unit up and had it for a year. They were trying to get out of the unit because it can only be used for a business because of the power requirements and sold it to us at their cost minus the deposit put down on the unit. We paid $1400 for the unit and to get a replacement we will be looking at $3500-$4000. We just do not want to screw up handling the freight company.
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