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    help guys - can you please identify and give insights (category, etc...) thanks!

    hello, yesterday i went to a company and they are selling me this scrap, the problem is they dont know what it is and i dont know what it is either.. can you please help me, and if you can give me tips on how to dismantle them it will be appriciated. THANKS!




    also these



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    I hope your not paying alot....looks like low grade tv boards
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRASSCATCHER View Post
    I hope your not paying alot....looks like low grade tv boards
    It is TV boards, minus the copper yokes. I can't tell about the first picture, even after working on it a bit, but it still doesn't look like much more.
    Sorry bebeko, but I'd say they should be paying you to haul it off. I take the ins wire, tiny transformers, and aluminum heatsinks off those and mix the broken boards in with scrap metal

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    Yeah, low grade tv boards. If you have a buyer for them then I would pay 1/2 of what you would get. Remove everything that Bear said plus the IC chips are 5.00#. Good luck.

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    The first pic might be a small satellite receiver board.
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    @all Thanks for your help..

    the sad part about the 3rd picture is that they already got what bear said lols..

    guys i called the company a while ago and they said that the 1st and 2nd picture is a dvd player chipboard.. have you guys worked on a dvd player chipboard? thanks again!

    btw iam learning this industry

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    what does 5.00# mean? so i can google it and read about it.Thanks!
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    It means 5 dollars a pound.

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    I buy and sell all types of scrap and escrap. I buy specialty and hard to sell escrap. I buy resale items. PM me or contact me at jghilino@hotmail.com
    I AM ACTIVELY BUYING ESCRAP OF ALL TYPES. BOARDS, RAM, CPUS AND MUCH MORE

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    Quote Originally Posted by jghilino View Post
    that auction was probably closer to $6 per # after fees and shipping... but probably worth it if you have 20#. I'm lucky to get together 3 or 4
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    I don't mess with ICs on low grade, they're too much time for too little return, frankly I don't see where socketed ones are hardly worth pulling

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    i dont know, i think its my account.. awhile ago i posted an html link and the forum said i cannot post html links yet.

    thanks for the info guys!

    i have an old motherboard, with small IC chips, is it still sellable? and how about that little battery on the motherboard?

    ill post the pic later thanks!

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    Your link is doing the same thing? I reposted it on photobucket

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    here's my old motherboard i have this since 1998.. lols!



    1. the battery iam talking about.
    2. the small ic chips, is it worth taking off?

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    Here's the first one, I didn't realize there were two there until you told me


    and in case that one doesn't work, here's the link http://upsimple.com/uploads/anonymou...25aa5_3893.jpg

    I have no clue what that hotlinking's coming from, or even what it means, I've never seen it do this before
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    Leave your motherboards whole, unless it's socketed, if it's soldered leave it on, except the battery, pull it, depending on your buyer

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    what is term used for that battery type in the scrapping field?

    should i pull out the gold plated pins too?

    thanks bear!
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    That's just a regular slot one board, a better grade than small socket boards are though. The battery is just a computer battery

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    Bebeko,

    The arrow that number 1 is pointing to is not a battery. It is a capacitor. The battery is the silver colored circle on the bottom right side of the board.


    Quote Originally Posted by bebeko View Post
    what is term used for that battery type in the scrapping field?

    should i pull out the gold plated pins too?

    thanks bear!

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    haha, I didn't even see the battery before, the pictures are darker on mine I guess, I see what you're talking about now


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