ultra sonic washing

Adrian Stoness tdk.knight at gmail.com
Sun Jun 14 03:12:04 CDT 2015

what about boards with 400 plus pots on it and sliders?

On Sat, Jun 13, 2015 at 11:56 PM, wulfman <wulfman at wulfman.com> wrote:

> nothing like running them through the dishwasher with hot water and good
> soap.
> I repair old arcade boards and i have found nothing better.
> after they are hot from the wash you blow them off with compressed air
> till try
> and leave them in a rack in case you missed any water.
> as long as they dry fast there will be no chance of damage.
> on the off chance there is a component that must not get wet
> you can remove it and re solder it once clean
> this method removes all manor of issues from tobbaco smoke residue to
> mouse poops and pees.
> once clean if there is any corroded areas they can be repaired.
> On 6/13/2015 8:16 PM, Adrian Stoness wrote:
> > has anyone experimented with this on parts? when dealing with dirty
> > equipment?
> > if so what works best for liquid sulutions?
> >
> > ive got a shelf of 15in bass drivers.... and some amps thinking of
> building
> > something to clean some audio boards i aquired on the cheap though maybe
> > some folks here would have some ideas?
> >
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