I just had a DVD recorder that finally gave up and quit. So I need to find another one that allows you to edit parts out of what you have recorded. Does anyone know what DVD recorders allow editing?...
I have two Uniross 2700mAh rechargeable AA batteries and a Uniross charger. On the back of this charger it says:
AA - 2 x 2,8V --------- 150mA 0,42VA
How long will my ...
Can some electronic components be thrown away?
I know most electronic equipment is recycled or donated. Some components are hazardous if they are disposed of in the trash. I wanted to know if there was any electronic devices that actually could be thrown away without it being hazardous.
There really isn't all that much in electronic equipment that is actually hazardous. For example, although mercury is hazardous in quantity, and mercury is also used in CFL (energy-saver bulbs), you'd have to accumulate billions of bulbs to create a potential hazard, and that's still in just that local area. Kinda like the lead warning that California puts on ALL electronic equipment. While lead poisoning is an issue, the only way to poison yourself with electronic equipment is to open the case and lick the printed circuit boards. Daily, for months at a time. And even then, it's still a maybe.