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Who buys old televisions?

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There are several places that buy old televisions; the age and size of the television determines the correct place to take it. Companies such as Harry Poster buy vintage black and white televisions as well as color televisions.

The company offers sellers a free appraisal via the company's website for the television that they want to sell. Another place that takes old televisions is Ebay, as stated in an article by CNet. Sellers can list their used television on the auction site for sale. If unable to sell old televisions, owners can recycle them at Best Buy. According to the company's website, Best Buy has a recycling program that takes in any television that measures 32 inches or smaller.


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