How to scrap a CD player and tape recorder for copper, aluminium, iron and logic boards

How to scrap a CD player and tape recorder for copper, aluminium, iron and logic boards

November 9, 2019 0 By Kailee Schamberger


Hello Youtubers, welcome to my 13th video
on Youtube, in which I would like to show you how to scrap a CD player and tape recorder
for copper, aluminium, iron and logic boards. You might get a suspicion that this video
might be a copy of the previous one, but it is not true. Inside this magic box are very different parts
as you will see further. I apologize for skipping some parts, but as
you can see there is a lot of crews and they are everywhere. Now, you can now see, what I mentioned before,
this box contains very different parts from the previous one. I like this small logic board and especially
the transformer coil that I am going to disassemble. At last but not least we will save this copper
cable. The inside is interesting for many parts,
for example for parts of tape recorder such as motors etc. Similar parts should be present at CD player
unit with optical mechanics of course. This seems to be a low grade board. After I have disassembled CD-player we can
study the usefulness of this motors. These boards should have some value, at least
I hope so. These boards are probably low grade boards
and they have some metal parts that I prefer to tare down. Small copper and aluminium parts are present,
but they are small and it takes time to scrap them. This is interesting – these pins might have
been gold plated. I have decided to take apart this transformer,
in the future I might have reconsider to reuse that, because this type is not easy to take
apart. Observe and you will see, but be aware, that
1 minute in this video equals many many minutes in the real time. At the end I would like to show you some pictures that
need no comment.