I can go through my
fleas stuff and make a list. Will probably take until next week as I'm in catch-up mode from a road trip/rally and way behind on work and other things around the house. Locals are welcome to take any of this stuff off my hands at any time. I'll wait to compile a decent list vs. trying to update it (unless we can still edit posts beyond a set time limit).
Honestly I'd rather sell things cheaply or even give them away to folks I know, vs. dealing with the local Craigslist and Marketplace flakes who would complain that "free" is too high of a price.
Interesting back story. The TV I have is a Sony 42-inch 16:9 rear projection TV that had issues where the optical block inside would overheat, killing one of the three LCD panels and tinting the picture yellow. I replaced the optical block in this one, as well as a 50-inch of the same series that I bought earlier. (The TVs were cheap to buy, and a company used to rebuild the optical blocks and sell them for about $90.) I "sold" the 50-inch. A lady from about 30 miles away drove all the way here to pick it up, and she was worried about scraping together the money to buy it. Once she got here (and realizing she really was living on a fixed income), I told her she could have it for free. To say she was grateful was an understatement. 😊 She texted me photos of her grandkids later that day, gathered around it watching cartoons. I think that was one of my favorite "sales" ever. And honestly, I really preferred giving it away--I just didn't want to deal with the typical Craiglist lowlife buyers/flippers, and it was just a token price anyways.