Posted 01 June 2009 - 08:14 PM
You get what you pay for. Lower is not always better. Items that have a lower price may be used, or referbished. Some could be AS/IS with no warranty. Read the fine print, call the customer service BEFORE you order (make sure one exsist). I shop online for parts on a regular basis. I have certain retailers I trust and will allways check them first but I always research my purchases. If I can not find a retailer I have faith in I will pay the higher price and know what I am getting. When I explain why I didnt order a power board from e-bay for 40 dollars and chose to get one that was 90 they understand that if I ordered the 40 dollar one and it doesnt work then they will end up paying 130 for one that does.
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