Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Before you buy anything, or spray anything, simply work the
controls. You may clear a dirty potentiometer or switch simply
by moving it several times. Consider that it may not have been
worked at all in many years on vintage equipment. You might
clear the dirt from a control simply by moving it.
If that doesn't work. ...
Go to an electronics store and get some "contact cleaner" or
similar, remove the equipment covers, spray the cleaner into the controls and switches. Work the controls and switches repeatedly, preferably before the solution has evaporated.
One of the common stores for such a cleaner in US is RadioShack.
Do not use solutions containing oil or solvents not made
for electronics. For example, do not use WD-40 or automotive
agents such as carburetor or brake cleaner.
Posted on May 26, 2008
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