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Inside Gazelle's device rehab factory

A worker sorts through boxes of used phones at what Gazelle calls its "device intake" factory in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Inside Gazelle's device rehab factory

A row of workers perform repairs to used phones that people have sold to Gazelle.

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Inside Gazelle's device rehab factory

Workers pull phone, laptops and tablets that customers have ordered.

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Inside Gazelle's device rehab factory

A box full of used phones waits to be sorted and inspected.

Photo by: Tyler Lizenby/CNET

Inside Gazelle's device rehab factory

Workers inspect and grade used phones.

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Inside Gazelle's device rehab factory

A worker repairs a used iPhone.

Photo by: Tyler Lizenby/CNET

Inside Gazelle's device rehab factory

A worker performs repairs on a used iPhone.

Photo by: Tyler Lizenby/CNET

Inside Gazelle's device rehab factory

More iPhone repairs are under way.

Photo by: Tyler Lizenby/CNET

Inside Gazelle's device rehab factory

A closer look at an iPhone repair job.

Photo by: Tyler Lizenby/CNET

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