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Old 06-09-2011, 01:09 PM   #1
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Scrap value of F-Can ballasts


Do F-Can ballasts (No PCBs) have any scrap value? I just replaced 4 Advance 72C8185-NP ballasts for HPS fixtures. They weigh approx. 14 lbs. each and are about the size the old Lionel train "O" gauge engine. Should have some good sized copper windings internally.

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Scrap value of F-Can ballasts


We scrap our ballast.
Price for scrap here is about $11.50 a 100 lbs.

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