You should review the online policies of the vendor as well as any written policies you have received regarding your order. I would also contact the credit card company and dispute the portion of the charge applicable to the restocking fee.
The store's return and refund policies may be contained online, or they may be posted in the store, or they may be on the sales documents, or some combination of those.
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