Question about Audio Players & Recorders
What is best way to clean the contacts in these without causing collateral damage? Which product is best for this purpose?
Look for an electronics switch cleaner spray that contains a lubricant. There are a number of brands out there. Any electronics parts supplier should have this. The key is that cleaning these will take a number of tries. Spray teh cleaner into the pots and swtiches and "work" them with the power off. That will work for a short time. Continue to work the controls and respray after a few days to clear out the stuff that the lubricant/cleaner will break down over time. It may take 3 or 4 times to completely loosen and clean out all the dirt etc that has accumulated over the years.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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