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The knobs and switches keep cutting out

I have a Kenwood Model 600 it is a old amp and sounds great except that the knobs and switches keep cutting out, is it safe to use a spray cleaner? which one should I use?

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You can use contact cleaner formulated for electronic appliances you can find it on local electronic parts dealer

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