Use this checklist to review your equipment condition.
Using the "printable version" link on this page, print and use this checklist as a tool to ensure that you have included everything and are aware of each asset’s condition.
Refer to the Standard Fees list to use as a guideline for damaged equipment, but be aware that the list is a guideline only and prices may change.
Desktop Is the unit physically in tact?
Each unit will be inspected for physical damage upon receipt. The following components of the case are examined for cracks: lid, base, keyboard, keyboard frame, hinges, LCD frame, power switch assembly, audio/video jacks, volume controls, PCMIA bezels and rear-door.
Are there any cracks in the case?
With the power off, are there any visible scratches in the CLD (over 1/8&quo; long or perceptible to touch)?
Is there any LCD discoloration?
Does the unit boot up on battery power?
Note: We will count and test batteries. Since we are capable of reconditioning battery-memory problems on NiCd and NiMH batteries, we will not charge for batteries that we can recondition, however, charges will be assessed for batteries that cannot be reconditioned.
All Units Does the unit power-on without hardware error?
Note: Hardware testing consists of a Power-On Self-Test. Hardware errors that appear during machine startup indicate defective, missing or incompatible hardware.
Have passwords been removed? Indicate the total RAM during boot-up
YES NO ________MB
Indicate in the presence, absence and condition of the following components: