Juniper EX-4200 Power Supply EX-PWR-320-AC Hot-Swap For Sale

Juniper EX-4200 Power Supply EX-PWR-320-AC Hot-Swap


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Juniper EX-4200 Power Supply EX-PWR-320-AC Hot-Swap :
$50

Features Power supply hot-plug / redundant AC 110-240 V 320 Watt Compatible with Juniper switches EX 3200 24T 48T; 4200 24F 24T 48TItem Condition:The handle is bend however unit powers up tested and works.
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Sales (415) 230-7833 AIM: and Conditions We guarantee this item against for 90 days* (end-users only), and to be as described in the sale. Payment is due within 3 days of winning. We accept PayPal. Unless otherwise noted in the sale, we charge a flat rate for shipping and handling in the USA. The amount is listed in the sale. Contact me for faster methods and rates. We professionally package your item, and ship via FedEx ground, generally within 1 business day of receiving payment. Contact me for faster shipping rates. We prefer FedEx! International shipping: We will ship virtually anywhere in the world. Please email a complete ship-to address and telephone number, and I will respond with the shipping amount to include with your payment. Sales tax applies only to California buyers. If you are a business in CA, please furnish a resale license via fax to: 415-626-4063 and include the item number.


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