Windcheetah
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Free to a Good Home

Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:25 pm

I've got some old PCs here and wondered if anyone wanted them for parts??

Things like:
Metal sheeting from the case
On/Off switches
Internal wiring
Nuts, screws and washers
CD/DVD drives
USB ports

In general, anything that you will find in an old computer.

If you want something, let me know, and I'll see if I can find one for you.

The problem is that I am up in North Cumbria, you are more than welcome to collect the parts, or better still, take the whole computer!!!

I am willing to try and extract the parts myself, and post then to you, if you are willing to pay for the P and P.

The other option is that I can get them to the Pi Jam in Manchester, but not for a while as yet.

Enjoy!!!!!

Martin
Pies are topps!!!!!

blaablaaguy
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Re: Free to a Good Home

Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:32 pm

Windcheetah wrote:I've got some old PCs here and wondered if anyone wanted them for parts??

Things like:
Metal sheeting from the case
On/Off switches
Internal wiring
Nuts, screws and washers
CD/DVD drives
USB ports

In general, anything that you will find in an old computer.

If you want something, let me know, and I'll see if I can find one for you.

The problem is that I am up in North Cumbria, you are more than welcome to collect the parts, or better still, take the whole computer!!!

I am willing to try and extract the parts myself, and post then to you, if you are willing to pay for the P and P.

The other option is that I can get them to the Pi Jam in Manchester, but not for a while as yet.

Enjoy!!!!!

Martin
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Windcheetah
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Re: Free to a Good Home

Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:36 pm

blaablaaguy wrote:
Windcheetah wrote:I've got some old PCs here and wondered if anyone wanted them for parts??

Things like:
Metal sheeting from the case
On/Off switches
Internal wiring
Nuts, screws and washers
CD/DVD drives
USB ports

In general, anything that you will find in an old computer.

If you want something, let me know, and I'll see if I can find one for you.

The problem is that I am up in North Cumbria, you are more than welcome to collect the parts, or better still, take the whole computer!!!

I am willing to try and extract the parts myself, and post then to you, if you are willing to pay for the P and P.

The other option is that I can get them to the Pi Jam in Manchester, but not for a while as yet.

Enjoy!!!!!

Martin
Please stop spamming in multiple places, one thread is more than enough.
Can you please let me know where I should have posted it???
Pies are topps!!!!!

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PeterO
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Re: Free to a Good Home

Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:37 pm

Your first post was in the right place.
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Re: Free to a Good Home

Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:53 pm

Locking this and deleting others w/o replies (except that in Off-topic)
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