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Technics SL-QL15 turntable for the charity shop?

My dad gave me his old Technics SL-QL15 turntable years ago and unfortunately it's now just gathering dust. Can anyone tell me how much it may be worth or should I drop it off at the charity shop? thankyou, yvonne north wales

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If it still in perfect running condition, An audiophile of LPs should be interested in buying it. I sold my 30 year old Technics SL-1300 mkII for $250

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Nooooo!! This is a gem of a turntable! If you took it to Goodwill, someone got a *steal*

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