These questions are relevant but they are largely based on a modicum of suspicion about anything that has been pre-used, when in fact these fears could be allayed quite easily by just talking to someone who can help. Alternatively, the attitude is ‘we don’t need to buy second hand equipment because we don’t have to; we’ve got a good budget and we prefer to buy new’. That’s fair enough, but selling equipment is a different matter.
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