Original owner, purchased 12/ 2012 very gently used, near perfect condition.  Blower Door used  on 14 audits, Duct Blaster used twice.  Blower Door comes with padded case, pressure pan and extension pole.  Each set up has a DG-700 and all manuals, software, hoses, etc.  I'd like to sell these as a package, but will consider individual sale.  Professional packed/ insured domestic shipping included.

After checking the completed sale items on EBAY, I think $3400 is a fair asking price for both sets.  Thanks for looking.    

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Hey I might be interested in the set-up you are selling.  Would you mind emailing me your contact info so we could chat on the phone?  My email is llahsramnayr@hotmail.com

Thanks,

Ryan

Eric  425-417-8364  interested

Have you sold your blower door?

Eric  erics@en-audits.com  425-417-8364

I am looking for a duct blaster without the DG-700

g.reynolds@yahoo.com

Does the duct blaster have a bag and case? Include snorkel, plates 1,2,3? Hoses, straightner, probes?

I'm ready to buy it if you can send me an invoice.

Thanks,
Eric

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