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 Post subject: What's inside it part 3
PostPosted: Fri Feb 26, 2016 3:31 pm 

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Timex watch
Not much here but a nice 18kt gold pin inside.


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File comment: Probably telco. Under ⅛ ounce
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File comment: Stainless 302
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File comment: This will probably go copper yoke or motor
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File comment: Nickel/brass
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File comment: 18kt pin
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File comment: Battery
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 26, 2016 3:48 pm 

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Location: Low DOS
Garage door opener
Wow. $40 for this?!


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File comment: Peripheral as is. Break open the jumper case open the board is peripheral but the balls and pins are heavy gold plate
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 29, 2016 1:00 am 

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Location: Low DOS
Digital atomic clock/weather radio

The three brown boards will actually go peripheral. All three are thick gold plated on the flip (green) side. Just note the source.
Surprised that the led screen is platinum backed. (No pic) So that may actually go to a refiner.
The tiny green board is a full fledged moto 64c80 so green fibre with metal. Break even point here should be about $3
The inside picture i clipped the ribbon and two wires.
3 peripheral boards
Green fibre w/metal cpu
Some nickel and a few plates of silver plated nickel.
A few wires. Nice screen. All the screws are 384 stainless. And the screen has a nice platinum painted back. The screen, and a bunch of plastic.
The copper wrapped tuner will go copper shred or you can unspool the copper.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 19, 2016 5:06 pm 

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Location: Low DOS
Laser gaming mouse. Not great but not bad. It died on me after 3 years. So I dissected it.


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File comment: Gold pin connector
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File comment: Stainless 300 series
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File comment: Plastic
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File comment: Low grade
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File comment: silver connector
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File comment: Wire #1 cu/tn no shield
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 5:25 pm 

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Location: Low DOS
Amazon Dash Buttons
There are two types
The ones with external screws and a soldered consumer battery (not shown)
And the snap shot with a removable battery (shown).


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 5:30 pm 

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Location: Low DOS
LED lightbulb
Waste of time
Dangerous in that most need the glass broken to split the side.
A pile of wire components and (tiny) boards in glue and epoxy.
An aluminium base
Just recycle them as aluminium breakage.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 2:29 am 

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Location: Low DOS
Digital answering machine


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 2:40 am 

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Location: Low DOS
Digital wireless office phone set


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File comment: Peripheral
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File comment: Grr not much here, and a steel block not lead.
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File comment: Only copper inside so leave it alone
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File comment: You can cut THIS fuse off it's tungsten with silver caps
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File comment: Inside
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File comment: Cut the silver off
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File comment: Nice silver
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File comment: Midgrade so screen can stay on
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File comment: Or remove it for this little peripheral board
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File comment: Hello little one
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 11:44 pm 

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Location: Low DOS
High grade commercial plasma
Once I get it finished I'll get the pictures up as small as it is it's the HEAVIEST I've ever had and ignore the sticker on back that says consumer. This is obviously a commercial set
Starting weight is 102 lbs. I've never see so many screws in a set before.
Totally modular!
You'll notice I'm actually being gentle (comparatively) as most of this works so I'm selling for parts.
Dead coils. So no charge to display . But everything else is mint.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 5:24 pm 

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Location: Low DOS
Digital intercom system (base)
Wow. These cost $20 new?
Midgrade and a bunch of plastic CBM and nickel. Less than a dollar fifty


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File comment: The magnet FELL out. Gotta love permalloy
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File comment: Most expensive thing. Kool FREE colbalt magnet!
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