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Question DetailsAsked on 7/11/2017

Do you take old console TV's?

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Does who take old console TV's ? Angies List itself does not "Take" anything - they just provide a vendor/contractor directory and ratings/review system, along with this question and answer forum.


Unless an antique (probably 70's or older to be worth the effort of deliery/shipping) which you could send a picture and model number to Antique dealers to see if they are interested (likely only if working, even in that case), I doubt there is anyone interested in it. You could call TV Repair shops but highly unlikely.


You could also google your model number and year to see if any are listed on eBay and the $ people want for it - might tell you if there is a possible antique value for it - though a very quite glance shows unless working and 1960 or before not likely to be worth even $100 in most cases - plus of course if you sold it outside immediate area shipping cost would likely eat any sale proceeds.


If too big for you to put out in the regular trash, Hauling (trash haulers like the two-guys-and-a-truck outfits) would be your Search the List category to get rid of it. Or Craigslist it to see if anybody wants another piece of junk in their "project" stack.


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