Refrigerators, stoves and air conditioners, in particular, are excellent sources of copper because they require a larger power supply and therefore tend to contain thick, insulated copper cables. CRT televisions and monitors can be difficult to dispose of. They're big and bulky, and most recycling facilities will charge you to recycle them instead of paying you. However, almost all monitors and televisions contain insulated copper cables which can be sold for a good return on your Gold Investment Account.You can cut these cables quickly and easily and add them to your battery for dismantling.
Both laptop and desktop computers contain copper cables. When you open your computers, you'll usually find thin copper cables inside them. As with televisions and monitors, these small cables can be easily cut with a pair of basic household scissors. These cables are often overlooked, but they can generate even more profits by recycling electronic products for cash.
Desktop computers can also contain flat cables and thin insulated connectors.