Recycling Dead Monitors ???

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by speedyJMcfly, Jun 24, 2003.

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    speedyJMcfly Guest

    Does anyone have any ideas of what to do with old, no-good Monitors?

    I have a pile of them.

    If you have any thoughts on the matter, the would be greatly appreciated.
    speedyJMcfly, Jun 24, 2003
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    °Mike° Guest

    Contact your local town/city hall to see if they run a
    recycling program. Contact local tv/computer repair
    shops, to see if they could use them for spares.
    °Mike°, Jun 24, 2003
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  3. Leave them in your back seat and park your car downtown over night with the
    windows open. They will be gone in the morning.
    BananaPannaPoe, Jun 24, 2003
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    philo Guest

    not likely
    probably just a few more added >g<
    philo, Jun 24, 2003
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    riz Guest


    BananaPannaPoe wrote in message ...
    riz, Jun 25, 2003
  6. Personally i have at least a thousand mirrors in my main house. When one of
    my monitors goes i paint the back of the glass black and use it for a mirror.
    Hi Bear Nation, Jun 25, 2003
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    geopelia Guest


    Take the works out and make frog or lizard cages of them? Geopelia
    geopelia, Jun 25, 2003
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    sinjon Guest

    I traded with a local repair-man 3 non-working monitors for one
    working refurb. I wanted to get the nicest of the three repaired but
    it would've cost almost as much as a new cheapo and I haven't had much
    luck with refurbished equipmnet. I'll probably see two or three of
    those monitors for sale in a few months.
    sinjon, Oct 1, 2003
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    RickMerrill Guest

    That trade was a GOOD DEAL!

    Typically a repair can cost $125, as much as some new units.
    To dispose of it will also cost about $25! Best to avoid
    the glass bottles from here on out! - RM
    RickMerrill, Oct 1, 2003
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