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What resources do you use to find broken Apple laptops?

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Hi!  I have a business repairing/refurbishing Mac laptops, and I'm always looking to find broken machines via any means possible.  I've used CraigsList extensively, Kijiji.com (eBay's version of CraigsList), advertised in local publications, etc.  I've also started a FaceBook page and found that "friending" a community of customers/sellers has yielded good results.  I also buy broken machines from equipment recyclers in the area who get laptops donated to them from schools and businesses.

I'm just curious to hear where you have been able to find broken Apple laptops and laptop parts.  Forgive me if this seems to be a shameless business-related post, which I suppose it probably is, but I do think discussing the acquisition of parts and broken laptops is probably a relevant subject for many on this site.

Thanks!

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Edit by: Brett Hartt ,

Title:

What resources do you use to find broken Apple laptops?

Text:

Hi! I have a business repairing/refurbishing Mac laptops, and I'm always looking to find broken machines via any means possible. I've used CraigsList extensively, Kijiji.com (eBay's version of CraigsList), advertised in local publications, etc. I've also started a FaceBook page and found that "friending" a community of customers/sellers has yielded good results. I also buy broken machines from equipment recyclers in the area who get laptops donated to them from schools and businesses.
 
I'm just curious to hear where you have been able to find broken Apple laptops and laptop parts. Forgive me if this seems to be a shameless business-related post, which I suppose it probably is, but I do think discussing the acquisition of parts and broken laptops is probably a relevant subject for many on this site.
 
Thanks!
 

Device:

Mac Laptops
Mac Laptops

Status:

open

Original post by: rdklinc ,

Title:

What resources do you use to find broken Apple laptops?

Text:

Hi!  I have a business repairing/refurbishing Mac laptops, and I'm always looking to find broken machines via any means possible.  I've used CraigsList extensively, Kijiji.com (eBay's version of CraigsList), advertised in local publications, etc.  I've also started a FaceBook page and found that "friending" a community of customers/sellers has yielded good results.  I also buy broken machines from equipment recyclers in the area who get laptops donated to them from schools and businesses.

I'm just curious to hear where you have been able to find broken Apple laptops and laptop parts.  Forgive me if this seems to be a shameless business-related post, which I suppose it probably is, but I do think discussing the acquisition of parts and broken laptops is probably a relevant subject for many on this site.

Thanks!

Device:

Mac Laptops

Status:

open