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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2019 8:40 pm 

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The box of boards turned out to be about twenty, with a heavy iron plate backing each, but most of them appear to have a some metal/fiber cpus, or else fair IC load. Piture of one below, and thirty pounds of heavy mixed wire, and 6 powerstrips for 230 volt. It also appears most of the boxes/units should sell for more than junk on ebay even without testing. I am not advocating ebay selling, but sometimes a fellow just has to delay his desire to demolish a unit for purely financial reasons


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 02, 2019 4:49 pm 
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Remember at large yards wire runs from 12č (for copper plated steel) to over $8 for silver wire. But boardsort buys mixed wire too
I agree sometimes ebay is the place to go. Unfortunately my destructo mode kicked in WAY too quickly.

Steel trays need to be removed from anything sent to boardsort.

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