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I WANT TO KNOW THE BEST WAS TO CLEAN A USED DUSTY TECHNICS 1200. DO I NEED A SPECIAL FLUID AND CLOTH? wOULD I NEED TO VACUM THE INSIDE? I JUST GOT THEM FROM A GUY. THEY ARE NOT ABUSED. BUT HE COULD OF KEEP UP BETTER ON THE MAINTENANCE. THANX A MILL

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    Sorry I was not clear I am refering to the Technics 1200 Turntable.

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Vacum is better and after you get out from dust you can apply a lubricant contact cleaner over switches volumes-buttons-sockets(where you insert your jacks)-bring the cleaner from near radio shack.

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