Learn how to avoid and correct errors you receive when creating eBay listings
Error 107 will be displayed if an eBay category has not been selected for your listing(s). eBay will not allow you to publish any listings without first selecting a category.
Error 715 will be displayed if the weight in your product data contains a value higher than 15 in the Ounces field. eBay does not accept weights over 15 ounces. You must round up to a pound or round down to 15 ounces.
To fix: Edit the weight on the product page and rebuild the draft listing.
Error 17 will be displayed if you are trying to relist an ended eBay listing. If a listing has been ended for 90 days or more, eBay will completely remove it from their system. As a result, when you attempt to relist, eBay will return this error because the listing ID no longer exists. If you're receiving this error, you will need to rebuild the listing starting from the All Products tab.
Error 21919303 will be displayed when listing variation products to eBay. This happens when variation attribute in the draft listing doesn't match the variation attribute in the product you are trying to list.
For example, many merchants will map the Size attribute in their listing to a product with the attribute Men's Size. In order for the attribute to be mapped correctly, the attribute in the product must match the attribute in the listing.
Unlike the other errors that eBay displays, error 240 comes up for many different reasons. Here are some of the most common reasons merchants will see the 240 error:
- You are brand new to eBay
If you are new to eBay, you must create your first listing through your eBay account. You cannot create your first eBay listing in Sellbrite, or this error will come up.
- Your account does not have enough positive feedback
You need to make sure you have generated enough positive feedback in order to use a listing application like Sellbrite. Otherwise, you may see this error returned due to not enough established positive feedback for your seller account.
- Your eBay selling limit has been reached
You may have reached your selling limit for your eBay account. Your limit may b relating to the total number of items you can list or total dollar amount of your listings. You'll need to contact eBay directly to request an increased selling limit.
- The product in your auction listing has a quantity greater than 1
Auctions in eBay cannot be listed with a quantity higher than 1. Make sure the quantity for auction listings is set to 1 in order for the listing to publish.
- Your listing contains an @ symbol or an email address
eBay does not allow email addresses to be visible anywhere in your listing, even including the Return Policy section. Make sure you don't have your email address visible in your listing and/or any @ symbols.
- Incorrect category assignment
Make sure the product you are trying to list is assigned to the correct "Primary Category" in eBay. Sellbrite is pretty good at making category suggestions when you first begin the listing process, but just make sure this is assigned appropriately.