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    Quote Originally Posted by jon koss View Post
    All sellers should familiarize themselves with the terms of the eBay Buyer Protection Policy, which offers buyers certain protections if an item is not as described or not received.
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    SNAD (significantly not as described) actually means you can always return an item, regardless of the sellers policy, because not accurately describing the item, or if it was damaged in shipping is the sellers responsibility. SNAD claims are ALWAYS decided in the buyers favor and all money is refunded by EBAY not the seller (they go and settle it with the seller later). In some cases a buyer will be asked to cover return shipping, which is fair, as you would pay to return an item elsewhere.

    The bottom line is that the return policy is mandated by ebay's rules for selling, not the compliance of sellers with good practices and honesty.
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    I wound up getting a K375 for $80. Hope it wasn't a mistake but I figure it should work.

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    If I recall, the only difference between the K250 that I have and a K375 (which is the next model the product line) is the minimum flow rate.

    A standard K250 can go down to 0.5 gal/min while still holding the set temperature. My K250 was programmed with the "low flow" software option and can go down to 0.25 gal/min. This is useful for overnight wash cycles in my Versalab washer without overusing water. (Even though up here in the Pacific NW we have more water than we know what to do with!)

    The K375 can go down to 1.0 gal/min. If that spec matches your requirements, then you're good to go.



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