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You could just throw it in your garbage and think nothing else of it. Better and more ecofriendly alternatives are donating it or selling it if it still works. If it no longer works, you can look up places in your area that will recycle electronics. To my knowledge, all Best Buys will take old electronics off your hands and handle them in a responsible manner.
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