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Old 02-08-2015, 08:24 PM   #21
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Methinks what this trade needs is a BSCI , trips on hack wiring, shirt pocket ahj codes, cmp payola, HD parts, and liberal democrats ~CS~
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As already noted, supply and demand is the issue. They sell more of the combo units so they have a better ROI and charge less. The GFI sells fewer pieces and has to be stocked longer so it is less profitable and they have to charge more to make thier margin.
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