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which statement presents a negative element in a positive way? the part cant be replaced at no charge only if your unit is less two years old. if your unit is too old,you will have to pay 49$ for a replacement part. we cannot replace the part for free on those older units. You won't receive a replacement part until you send us 49$.

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    Your post is difficult to read without appropriate spacing and capitalization.

    I see only one statement that does not contain a negative word. Frankly, I don't like any of your choices.

    Which do you think is the right answer?

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