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Electronics Recycling What is the date that Best Buy is taking in electronics to be recycled? Is the store in Brainerd, Minnesota participating? Thanks

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Call the store.

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Flashing fire came out of the element which if on top of the microwave. This is an old model

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Note: These days many municipalities or counties have electronics recycling centers or specially identified days for residents to bring old and "dead" electronics for proper recycling. This is the web page you can use to find a place to recycle electronics near you (in the USA): .

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To dispose the electronic items, look out for recycling events regularly conducted by big retailers. You can drop all your outdated electronics from TVs to hairdryers at these outlets for recycling.

Have a professional recycling and disposal company pick up your electronic items. You may have to pay a nominal fee depending on the weight and size of the items for pick-up and transport. Mail in a shipment as a cheaper option.

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Greetings angelsj,

In some of our Best Buy™ stores, we do accept electronics for recycling. I believe the fee you are seeing is a state imposed fee that has nothing to do with the retail establishment. I have most often seen this in the California stores.

My suggestion would be to contact your local store and see if they are capable of accepting the unit.

I hope this helps!

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I recommend Best Buy's Trade-In-Center.

You can trade in old electronics and receive a Best Buy giftcard.

Hope this helps :)


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