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|24th October 2012, 05:38 PM||#12|
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Just as a clarification regarding pot cleaning sprays:
DO NOT use WD-40 or similar water-displacement sprays that contain harsh solvents and grease.
DO NOT use carburetor cleaners
DO NOT use any spray designed for automotive use
ONLY use sprays specifically designed for use on electronic components. BLUESTUFF is a thick pot lube and cleaner that is useful when there is open access to the pot resistive track. Thinner electronic cleaners can make thier way through seams in switch and pot cases, providing cleaning action but no lubrication.
After applying the correct spray, rotate the pot from end to end a few times, or move the switch between its positions a few times.
Go to broad-line electronics distributors such as Digikey, Mouser, Electrosonic, Newark, Farnell, Allied etc to find proper "electronics rated" chemicals.
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