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Obsolete Electronic Parts, Obsolete No More

Jun 8, 2008
Even if you know nothing about electronics, you know that electronics become obsolete just about the time they hit the store shelves. Manufacturers are always making things bigger and better and that means that about the time we are buying something new there is something else that is better that is about to be released.

Because of this, it is possible to both buy and sell obsolete electronic parts if you have them to sell or if you need them for an electronic device that you are still using even though it is not the newest version of the item.

Buying Obsolete Electronic Parts

Do you have an old computer, television, cell phone, or video game system that you love and you aren't ready to give up on? Many electronics don't last all that long anymore, but sometimes you just need one piece to be replaced and it could be working like new again. If you are trying to extend the life of your electronic device, an affordable way to do this may be to buy obsolete electronic parts for it.

Many times you can buy these parts for very little and you can repair your device. This is often a lot more affordable than going out and buying the latest model, and if you are attached to the item it may simply make more sense for you to repair it instead of buying the newest model.

You can buy obsolete electronic parts from many different sources. You may be able to buy them from a variety of auction sites, from local parts dealers, and surprisingly, even from yard sales and the like! Many people consider their obsolete electronics trash, so you can get these parts for next to nothing in a lot of cases.

One thing you should be sure of when you buy obsolete electronic parts is that they are in working order, if you intend to use them.

Selling Obsolete Electronic Parts

Selling obsolete electronic parts is something that just about everyone can do. Why? Because we probably all have some obsolete electronics in our homes, many of which we don't want but we don't know what to do with. They say that one man's trash is another's treasure and it could not be truer than it is with obsolete electronics.

If you have electronics or electronic parts that are out dated, chances are that you could sell them yourself on an auction site or even to a parts dealer and make money off of the deal. You may not be able to retire from the money that you make, but this is a great way to get rid of those obsolete parts that you do not need or want.

If you do sell obsolete electronic parts make sure that you state their working order. You need to do this because a lot of people want to know what they are buying and if it is not to their liking you may find that you have a very unhappy customer on your hands. If you don't know the working status, just state it as such and allow the buyer to make their own determination.

Many times these parts sell all by themselves; you can just sit back and allow them to sell!
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