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    magnets from microwave ovens

    Anybody that scraps microwave ovens knows about the 1/2 magnet inside. Anybody buying/selling them? What are they worth?


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    Just make one of these it's more fun.
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    They're worth their weight in gold to me because they hold up all my tools on a 300 lbs steel shelf I got from a pick up. I have about 50-75 of them. Made a one sided steel shelf a 4 dimensional huge tool box. I love magnets!

    METAL IS MY MISTRESS...PLEASE DON'T TELL MY WIFE!


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