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Question DetailsAsked on 11/18/2015

Finding a place that buys new water heater parts never put in. Trying to find a place in Iowa can anyone help me???

I bought two whirl pool water heater parts for my old water heater but it didn't need them since I had to get a hole new water heater so the parts I guess you can say now are old since its been over a year since I have had them but I never installed them and was trying to find a place that would buy them I could really use the money from them do to I have a new born child and would hate to just throw them GOOD parts away

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Unlikely to find a dealer who will buy them - have you tried selling them back (at probably 50-90% of purchase price) to the place you bought them from - if unused ?


Otherwise, sounds like a job for eBay or Craigslist.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD

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Hi,

This is James W. in Member Care. I'm happy to help!

I apologize, but at this time we have no resources for members to sell or trade items online, and we don't currently have a category for services who sell things on consignment. As LCD mentioned in his answer, eBay or Craigslist would be great for this. Although eBay will reach a larger amount of potential buyers, there are fee's associated with listing an item along with a percentage of the final sale price. If you've never sold anything on eBay, there will be a holding time on the funds being transferred, until the customer has expressed satisfaction with the sale. Considering all things, Craigslist would likely be your best outlet for this.

If you have any further questions or would like assistance with anything else, please let us know. You can respond to this thread or submit a new Answers post. You can also reach us at memberservices@angieslist.com. We're happy to help!

Answered 4 years ago by Member Services




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