I have 2, known bad. I've heard some have suggested keeping the rubber boots, which I assume requires dismantling. I really want to mark these as 'bad' somehow (or destroy them) because I picture some unscrupulous seller passing them off as used but still working. On the other hand, they seem like the perfect 'core' for a refurbishment.
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