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I'd go on CraigsList and buy as many dead machines as possible that are representative of the machines you'll be repairing. If you're a professional, it's not cost effective to buy parts individually, and on iFixit or any other site you can easily spend $1000 buying an iBook G4 in pieces, whereas on CraigsList, you can get a whole dead/problematic G4 for $75 that provides you most of the same good parts.
 
I only buy parts in the rare case that I don't already have the part in a dead machine, and when I don't think I'll be getting a machine with that part anytime soon. As a repair person, you need to maximize the power of every dollar, and by purchasing parts from someone who tears down broken machines instead of buying them broken and tearing them down yourself, you are givinghanding money to the parts vendor the profitand and passing up your own potential for profit.
I only buy parts in the rare case that I don't already have the part in a dead machine, and when I don't think I'll be getting a machine with that part anytime soon. As a repair person, you need to maximize the power of every dollar, and by purchasing parts from someone who tears down broken machines instead of buying them broken and tearing them down yourself, you are givinghanding money to the parts vendor the profitand and passing up your own potential for profit.

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Aporte original por: rdklinc ,

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I'd go on CraigsList and buy as many dead machines as possible that are representative of the machines you'll be repairing.  If you're a professional, it's not cost effective to buy parts individually, and on iFixit or any other site you can easily spend $1000 buying an iBook G4 in pieces, whereas on CraigsList, you can get a whole dead/problematic G4 for $75 that provides you most of the same good parts.

I only buy parts in the rare case that I don't already have the part in a dead machine, and when I don't think I'll be getting a machine with that part anytime soon.  As a repair person, you need to maximize the power of every dollar, and by purchasing parts from someone who tears down broken machines instead of buying them broken and tearing them down yourself, you are giving the parts vendor the profit and passing up your own potential for profit.

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