Should is up to Amazon … All you can do is ask them if they will (IF as mentioned they al have the same UPC and the products match.
> 2- If not, is it possible to move my product from one ASIN to another one?
Actually it is …
> 3- If it is possible to “move” from one to another, what would be the process? Inventory is already at Amazon
Why has my listing’s ASIN changed making my inventory unavailable for sale on Amazon.com?
The most common cause for this scenario occurs when a merchant lists an item already existing with an ASIN as a new item, thus generating a new ASIN. This will create two products for the same item. To correct this, Amazon.com will assign the item with the merchant’s new ASIN to the original ASIN. If this occurs, the inventory will need to be relabeled by the Amazon fulfillment centers so that it will be associated with the pre-existing ASIN. You will need to contact us for assistance. This can be prevented by verifying that a product does not already exist before creating a listing for a new product ASIN.
I have been able to get items relabeled before … and we’ve discussed the pro’s and con’s in here on doing this before … but you might be charged a labeling fee under the ‘Unplanned Prep Services’ or hopefully just the standard FBA Label Service fee of .20/item.