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Topic # 195264 12-Apr-2016 17:29
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  Reply # 1530970 12-Apr-2016 17:34
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Start doesn't look to be reserve so no idea how much he really wants for it.





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  Reply # 1530994 12-Apr-2016 18:39
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Can't make out what's in it and he lists a contact number in the questions... Dodgy!

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  Reply # 1530995 12-Apr-2016 18:45
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Looks like junk, will take up space. The racks might be good for something. 






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  Reply # 1530999 12-Apr-2016 18:59
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Left looks like a UPS and some extra battery modules of some sort. 

 

Couple of dumb horizontal PDU's, bunch of cable guides, bunch of patch panels in the middle.. nothing really exciting





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  Reply # 1531000 12-Apr-2016 19:06
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I thought you could not cal sellers as they may bypass trade me

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  Reply # 1531154 12-Apr-2016 22:23
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Exactly why I called dodgy...

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  Reply # 1531165 12-Apr-2016 22:42
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75% positive feedback...  Hmmm.





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  Reply # 1532741 13-Apr-2016 20:49
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UPS might have been worth something however it does appear it has been stored outside under a tarp?


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  Reply # 1532787 13-Apr-2016 22:13
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Reminds me of when I bought an ex-Health Dept PDP 11 many years ago (yes, one of those failed IT projects!) for $50.  What I really wanted was the 2 tall 19" relay racks!  Cheap at the price.  Does anyone use these now?





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