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    LCD/LED Panels

    Hey, everybody.

    Is there really no market, scrap or otherwise, for laptop/desktop/TV screens removed from the housing and bezel? Even if they work? It just seems weird, though I don't know anything about testing them. I had heard that the construction had varied so much over the years that buying new was the safest bet.

    I started getting in bare screens from a computer repair shop and they had been pulling them out for parts replacements and that's why I'm asking. I hadn't gotten more than a couple in the last year but now I have a dozen or so and I really am not sure what to do with them.

    There are a couple other posts with this topic but they are all pretty old and seem to be loaded with irrelevant commentary. I was looking to see if anything had changed.



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    Is there anything left on them that they could go in with the shred?
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    I don't think so. It's the panel assembly, with just the wire dangling. But it's moot, since VT yards can't accept computer scrap.

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    You know its funny I saw this. I have a buyer near me that buys just the LCD screen for a buck or 2 but it has to be larger than 17 inches and can not be cracked in the slightest bit. I believe it needs to be in at lease the metal frame housing with the light tubes still in there. I will check with him again to see if he is still buying, it's been a month or so since I last sold to him. We always do the shopping game from buyer to buyer and this guy will even buy full complete Core 2 duo's at like 6 bucks each, but they have to be complete. I have told him about the forum and I could not see any real interest in him, there is a slight language barrier so I try my best to understand.
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    We will purchase your LCD panels cell phone, monitor, what ever broken whole. Not sure if you can PM me or not as im fairly new here. let me know.

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    Are you in the buyer section because I would be interested too.
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    We will purchase your LCD panels cell phone, monitor, what ever broken whole. Not sure if you can PM me or not as im fairly new here. let me know.

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