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    There is a point where you can break material...

    There is a point where you can break material down too far and waste time and money as is this case here.

    So in this particular situation I would stress DO NOT REMOVE FINGERS! Here is why: (all...
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    Mike, Boardsort will offer you $1.50 per pound...

    Mike,

    Boardsort will offer you $1.50 per pound for those particular pinned LED lamps.
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    This is a how-to thread - How to remove a hard drive board FAST!

    The fastest way to remove a hard drive board is to pry the board from the drive using a stout but sharp flat head screwdriver. #NoScrewingAround

    http://boardsort.com/FastHDB3.gif
  4. This is a how-to thread - How to sort and grade motherboards for scrap.

    A short 2 minute video on sorting and grading motherboards for scrap.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkRoGimX9MU

    In this video breaks down the differences between the grades of motherboards...
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    Those MasterFire batteries are appropriately...

    Those MasterFire batteries are appropriately named!

    A quick tale from the book that we could write from some of the things we have witnessed in the scrap business.

    We had a customer come to...
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    Times do change. We took some heat when we made...

    Times do change. We took some heat when we made that change back then. Even though the earlier replies to this thread from buyers claimed they accept boards with batteries, if you go to those buyers...
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    Introducing online buyer

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    This forum is for introductions, not buy/sell offers. If you would like to post buy/sell offers, please see the announcements section at the bottom of the forum for more info.
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