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    Old boards?

    Hello have some old boards wanted to know value if worth depopulating or not? Thanks for time and also would like to know if there is anything of value on the power supply boards that came with it as far as capictors or what not thanks again but can't even figure out how to post pictures



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    I would say this topic has been covered but if its power boards i suggest taking off aluminum and copper

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    maybe show us some pics(we love that) so we can advise u properly

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    I wouldn't do anything until you can figure out exactly what you have. Some boards can be sold for better than scrap value.

    Depopulating a circuit board can make a board worthless if you don't know what you're doing while just removing certain components can actually bring better prices.

    Learn how to post pics and start reading the old threads.


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