Advertisements I'm in the process of moving houses and I promised my wife that *this time* I wouldn't bring with us a lot of my old electronics that I haven't used in ages, and never got around to trying to sell. For many of these items, I hadn't used them in a long time before the last move, but was sure that I'd take some time to try to sell them after the move, but that usually never happened (we moved into our current house 12 years ago). So here I am again, and I was ready to toss out most of my old electronics, including a few TiVo units. A couple are original models. I haven't bothered looking up the model number on the case, but if you think there's any value to those, let me know. Then I've got a couple of what I think are the TiVo HD units (that's what it says on the box) model number TCD652160. It has a slot for a cablecard. I believe that one of these has lifetime service, but hadn't been used in a long while. It stopped getting used around the time I got a Roamio (?) model and a TiVo Mini. I've got another TCD652160 which was brand new in the box, never opened, until I just cut open the box a few minutes ago (I had forgotten that I had never opened it and thought that the tape was a re-tape job I might have done). So, inside, it was still wrapped in some foam wrap. That one, of course, would not have lifetime service. Is it worth my while to try to sell them? If so, should I be doing some sort of "factory reset" on the first one? Should I be attempting to boot up both of them to make sure they still work? I really don't want to spend a lot of time on this, as we have *SO* much to do as part of the packing/moving process, but I suppose I could also take these two units with me to the new house (one last time) and try to sell them later.