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Can I sue when a business sells me a product that it no longer has?

Question Details: I recently purchased a new french door, counter depth refrigerator. I was told they had 3 in the building, 1 a floor model, 2 in the back, and I could come pick it up anytime. Later that same night I received a phone call stating that he was incorrect, one had already been sold, and the other 2 were floor models. They are saying they cannot get me the same new refrigerator as that model has been discontinued. The floor models are used and have a scratch and I do not feel their offers to me for the used models are fair. Can I sue the company for this?

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