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    Getting rid of OHP's

    OK stop laughing at the back but .......... whats the possition on disposing of OHP's. Can i skip them or do i need to do something else?

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    Re: Getting rid of OHP's

    It's got a plug so it's electrical probably not.

    However I thought the WEEE directive isn't actually in force until july?

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    Re: Getting rid of OHP's

    using an old Pannel from a 15" TFT some tape solder and a few cables you make a cheapo Video/Data Projector and seel it to some unsuspecting kid!!!

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    Re: Getting rid of OHP's

    I read that as:
    'Getting rid of OAPs'

    Probably easier!

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    Re: Getting rid of OHP's

    Quote Originally Posted by WITCH
    I read that as:
    'Getting rid of OAPs'

    Probably easier!
    Yep i read it as the same. I guess it must have been what i wanted to read. :-)

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