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Q: I want to know where I can buy used/broken electronics in Beijing?

I like to build electronics and tinker with electronics. It is just a hobby of mine and I would like to know where I can go for used or broken electronics in Beijing. I am looking for a parts store were you can buy old useless computers, TV, power tools, etc. I have checked online but I am unable to find a store like this in Beijing. Any help would be great!

6 years 4 weeks ago in  Shopping - Beijing

 
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can you read Chinese ?I would recommend Beijing ganji website. it has a section for second hand stuffs including electronics of course . I once bought a used screen and an old desk top computer. I must say Beijing residents are lucky.

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Thanks I will check it out. Does anyone know of any shops? I like to check out what I'm buying.

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PM the Dude

after what I have just been reading he might have a sh#t load to get rid ofsurprise

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