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Sorting through an e-waste pick up from a closing down electrical repair & supply shop.
1st batch is a range of bit’s & pieces they wanted to clear out to give them space to sort through their stock, hopefully i’ll be picking up more in a couple weeks.

Keep scrapping & Have fun!

Scrapping tools, safety gear, wire strippers, metal melting furnaces, crucibles and ingot moulds that I use or recommend..

My Camera, Gopro Hero 6
My Microphone for street scrapping

To contact me by email: weeeben@optusnet.com.au

Postal Address:
Po Box 459
Yarraville
Victoria 3013
Australia .

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23 comments

Francisco Alves 03/09/2021 - 04:13

O que Nicolas telas fazeria com tudo isso

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Saturn 7 03/09/2021 - 04:13

If I were there I would offer my sorting help for all the pc's you have – be worth it to me to fix up..
Good that you check the stuff out first as some items definately worth selling whole rather than just scrap.

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Saturn 7 03/09/2021 - 04:13

Dude! next time have a garage sale at your place and let anyone see your stuff and make an offer for it. You will make a tonne more money that way than just crap metal prices….give them money back guarantee also in case doesnt work..

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Fred Astaire 03/09/2021 - 04:13

As an electrician we dont bother with tid bits of metal. Bus bar and 500MCM are kida nice.

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James Nasto 03/09/2021 - 04:13

Just like Radio Shack, where you could buy electrical components and repair your own electronics.

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Keith Crain 03/09/2021 - 04:13

talk to Fran https://www.youtube.com/user/ContourCorsets she probably knows what all that weird electronics stuff is for. She would love that counter display.

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whatstdiggn 03/09/2021 - 04:13

That counter probably retails for 50 bucks or more. Check em on amazon some are up to 15 hundred bones.

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Robert Schwartzman 03/09/2021 - 04:13

I do part identification a d am into electronics. I'm a Amateur Radio operator from New York USA. Communications is my field a d have operated commercial FM broadcast station. The S.A. brand is found all over the YSA a d in Canada.

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Dimwitt Flathead 03/09/2021 - 04:13

You got lucky with the pins. The silvery part is pure palladium. Granted it was over a year ago and you probably got rid of them already :(. There's one magnetic item inside and that's the spring.

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jetman1963 03/09/2021 - 04:13

what's your e-bay handle Ben?

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jetman1963 03/09/2021 - 04:13

Ben, quite a haul. 2nd watch. the good old days

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Mariusz Kozłowski 03/09/2021 - 04:13

In Poland we have companies and one of them is called “Made in Recycling”. They sell on our local version of eBay (eBay never won any market here) and you can buy almost all electronics equipment. They test some equipment and some they sell as is.

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Mariusz Kozłowski 03/09/2021 - 04:13

Once I have took 30 power supplies (black bricks) to the recycling center (for free) during work- warehouse cleaning. I took 3 pieces for myself. Then I sold them on eBay for 10$ each. I should have taken all of them ;).

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Mariusz Kozłowski 03/09/2021 - 04:13

"Closing down" sign works even at shops that don't close down 😉
I know this because I work in wideformat printing/vinyl advertisement industry.

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Mikey R 03/09/2021 - 04:13

and yeah

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Wolfman Jackal 03/09/2021 - 04:13

You have the right idea on how to use that chip removal tool. Just heat the solder up first then easily pry out the chip.

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bill human 03/09/2021 - 04:13

HAPPY 2021 HAVE A GREAT AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR

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Jeremy Fair 03/09/2021 - 04:13

Wish I couple keep piles. The wife would flip. Lol they don’t understand the value

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Repair 03/09/2021 - 04:13

🤤🤤🤤🤤 i want all of that 😍😍

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john ancona 03/09/2021 - 04:13

He says he's not a hoarder… NEW FLASH your a hoarder period.

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The Red One 03/09/2021 - 04:13

Doomsday preppers dream.

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Mark Firman 03/09/2021 - 04:13

A thing about those little adapters/transformers – they might be useful for many things, not only for the initial manufacturer's purpose. I often find myself looking for some weird adapter (like 15v AC output or 5.7 DC etc.) and it would be really nice if more people posted them online. The most important thing is not the make, but alternating or direct, voltage output and amp rating. Cheers 🙂

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Patrick H. 03/09/2021 - 04:13

Ben those big relays have big silver contacts… well worth cracking one open

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