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Do a 20th century life time's accumulation of RCA cables and banana plug cables , and coaxial cables in the attic have any use?
Maybe like keeping a model A starter crank handle for next car?
Throw away?
 

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Create an art installation. But if you have any of the really old "tactile" clicking keyboards from the 80's, you might be able to sell them on eBay for decent cash. One of my coworker's sons (12 years old) came to me asking if I had any of these keyboards. Apparently they're big for gamers?
 

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Hard to let go, isn't it? I know how you feel.
One of the easiest ways to recycle any old electronics, including cables and chargers, is through Best Buy. Every Best Buy location in the US has a kiosk for recycling just inside the door. According to their site, they accept "rechargeable batteries, wires, cords, cables and plastic bags," as well as a host of electronic devices. Check its website to see if Best Buy will accept what you're trying to recycle.
 
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