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Subject: Re: I should have listened to myself Date: 10/18/2012 8:38 PM
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I have a dead 35 inch Mitsubishi....... siting in the nook in the living room. Weighs like 120 lbs..... Haven't figured out how to get rid of it yet.....the town wants $20 if you haul it to their disposal facility to dispose of it..and you have to take it there the one Saturday a month they are open..and pay them money to take it.

That's what you have to do, then. (You might find an office-supply chain store that will take it. One of them does take old electronics, not sure about old TVs. I forget which one, and haven't a clue about fees, but at least they are open more hours.)

Even if it worked - most charities won't accept tube TVs/monitors any more.
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