Originally Posted by persian54
I doubt the seller wants the item back
so... take the price the buyer paid for the item, minus shipping TO the buyer, then minus shipping FROM the buyer, and refund that amount.
This way, the postal service doesn't get the return shipment costs.
Well, I'm thinking in this case exactly the same-- That the shipper doesn't want the item back. So, perhaps I get a quote from Lux as to the cost of repair/replacement and buyer/seller split the costs in a fairway, again keeping in mind the cost the buyer as well as the loss to the shipper in total.