Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Liquid inside the mixer.
can it be repaired?
Question is what kind of liquid and if the system has parts that would trap moisture.
Water you can simply that the cover off of most electronics and use a blowdryer to dry them out very well and let sit for a day then test it to see if there is permanent damage.
Anything that has sugar in it will cause buttons to stick and is not easily cleaned out. Some times a moist cloth can be used to clean most of the sticky substance up then proceed with the water method of cleaning.
If it has large capacitors or transformers these can trap water in them and cause shorts that will kill the electronics if not you.
Another item that will not like the water are sliders and rotary pots. The graphite that is usually present in these guys have bad reactions to water and will usually sound pretty bad after a swim.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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