I had a Status Quo vinyl boxset. It was sealed, OOP and fairly popular so I put mine up for auction and it sold for a fair price. The buyer then contacted me a few days later wanting a full refund. He had unsealed the boxset and played the records. One he said was slightly warped and two others had surface noise. I had assumed that sealed OOP vinyl purchased from a private seller's personal collection was a gamble when it comes to faults. When we buy from a shop we can return for any number of reasons but when we unseal that record several years down the line it's always a gamble. So was the buyer right to return this boxset for a refund? If it was me and I was buying sealed OOP vinyl from a private seller then all I would be expecting from the seller would be sealed vinyl in external packaging in the condition described. Beyond that I would ask nothing of the seller. I'm not a record shop so should I be liable for any faults when sealed OOP & collectible vinyl is opened and played? If so then selling sealed vinyl is a massive PITA.