Upgrading your dishwasher? Scrap the old one to make a few extra dollars for your new one. Inside of a dishwasher is brass, copper, motors, steel and stainless steel along with other wiring that can be stripped, but if you do not have time to dismantle your dishwasher, scrap the whole thing!
Do I Have To Take The Dishwasher Apart? Or Can I Sell It As-Is?
If you’re looking for a scrap metal yard that will take your whole dishwashers, check out the iScrap App and get the best Dishwashers Scrap Prices in the area. The app will help you locate a yard near you and also help you find prices for dishwashers. If you bring the unit to a scrap yard yourself, you will make more money. But if you can’t find a way to get it there contact the scrap yards in the area and they will be able to offer scrap metal pickups. See more Scrapping Videos here.
What Is Inside A Dishwasher Worth Scrapping?
Inside of the dishwasher there are a lot of good items that you can take apart before selling the light iron on the outside. Here are a few of the top items that we recommend taking out:
Electric Motors- Should be located on the bottom and 2-3 screws should pop them out.
Copper Wires– Even though there are wires inside of the dishwasher, the easiest thing to do is to clip the power cord on the outside if you want to get things done quick and easy.
Low Grade Boards- This circuit board will be inside of the dishwasher and is normally worth 2-3 times the value of the normal steel.