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How to Ascertain the Value of a Used Washing Machine

星期六, 04月 28th, 2012

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Note any cosmetic flaws, such as small scratches on the finish or even a squeaky hinge. You can easily repair such minor cosmetic flaws with appliance paint or lubricant, respectively. Do what you can to make your washing machine attractive to potential buyers.

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Inspect the washing machine for flaws that will shorten its life span, such as cracked enamel. A flaw such as a rusted washtub will seriously affect the machine’s value, because it truly is a sign of poor-quality steel and is expensive to replaceHow to Decide
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the Value of a Used Washing Machine.

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Call people who have placed classified ads for washing machines that are exactly the same brand and model as yours. Ascertain
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the age, condition and current working order of these machines, too as the selling price.

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Call two or three used appliance stores within your area to ask no matter whether they possess a washing machine like yours in stockHow to Establish the Value of a Used Washing Machine. If they do, then ask for the price. Some stores do not provide pricing on the phone, so you might need to visit the store. Ask for the age in the washing machine so that you can compare it for your washer.

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Visit moving sales and garage sales that advertise washing machines for sale. Compare the condition and pricing to what you own.

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Examine the prices to determine no matter if they are close together or spread out over a wide range. If they are close together, then this is a good estimate from the value of your washing machine. If the prices are all over the scale, then calculate an average price to determine a fair market value for the machine.