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    Quote Originally Posted by unknownk View Post
    Did they pee inside the machine (very corrosive)?
    I've seen corrosion in computers before due to mice but there's none in this one, thank goodness.



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    Just finished my third night of viewing this whole thread. I've never done telecom stuff before, only computers. It has been a very informative read. Thanks for all the effort it must have taken to post so much. And thanks for your willingness to share the knowledge. Mike
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    I picked up a load of scrap and found 2 phones I haven't scrapped before.

    The first is a NEC DSX 34B BL Super Display and the second one is a Polycom VVX310 IP phone
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    I found this in a load of scrap yesterday. From what I can find it looks to be a device that produces white noise through ceiling speakers in a office area. I've seen new white noise systems but this one looks pretty old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimicrk View Post
    I thought I would start a thread and post pics of some of the items I bring home.
    I've been in the telecom business since 84 and this gives me access to a lot of old telephone and data equipment. When I install new equipment the customer usually lets me haul the old equipment away. All of the scrap I receive is free and I feel very blessed because of this.
    I always make sure people have my contact info in case they have more stuff to haul.
    I donít sell anything on ebay but I do have other sources for any electronics that are still in good working order.
    The first pics came from some digital business phones. Each phone had 3 separate circuit boards. Pics show the front and back of each.
    The last two pics are of the board that came out of the LCD. Each one has a copper sheet (#2) that covers the back of the board.
    i have seen that the one i found though was a charger for a laptop a brick i think its called? only ever had one.

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    Older PC compared to newer PC


    This is more for the newbies than those of us who have been breaking down PC's for a while now.
    The older PC usually has more gold finger cards and larger mother boards. The older PC on the left was missing the slot processor. The newer PC on the right did have 1 gold finger card but most don't. It also had a small socket mother board and a couple sticks of memory.
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    First load of 2019.
    I just got through unloading this and wanted to post a pic. I brought home 19 monitors, 10 computers, 4 printers, 3 Comdial phone systems, 1 Nortel phone system and 2 boxes of assorted keyboards, cables and phones.
    I'll be able to get better than scrap value for some of this. The computers have i3 processors and there's 1 i5.
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    I found a couple of things in that last load that was new to me. The first one is a Nortel M-9404 console and the other is a Adtran TA-608.
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    WatchGuard T1AE8 Firewall

    I'm still finishing up a load I picked up last week and found an old firewall. The main board looks like a router and a PC motherboard combined.
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    That is pretty cool! I found something similar in a office printer. Basically looked the same except no CPU socket.

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    The first 2 pics are a Dell docking station and pics 3 and 4 are a Affirmative 2509 YEStation terminal. Looks like a thin client but I'm not real sure. Nice board though.
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