I bought my Phase Linear 1000 from eBay. It cost me $80, and for me is worth every bit I paid.
However, the seller said Ã¢â‚¬Å“I donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t know anything about this unit, it lights up, I havenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t used itÃ¢â‚¬
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yes, you are correct. Any electrical connection that is not soldered can benefit from a very good cleaning.
Dreamer wrote:I would TOTALLY agree with this. Clean contacts make a HUGE difference.
That "Hagerty metal cleaner" is the stuff mainly used as a jewelry polish, right? I imagine it WILL clean he heck out of any contact you put it on, but I don't know if I'd use it on electronics. It also has a "protective" property to keep jewelry from re-oxidizing so fast after cleaning, which WILL keep your RCA's looking shiny, but it might not be the best thing as far as electrical contacts go. And there is no telling how it effects non-metallic parts like epoxy PC boards, and mylar or mica spacers inside those switches and pots...
I'd go with Caig De-Oxit Gold. --Richard
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:Whoops. I am not sure if that was bad typing or bad seeing.
So, can we guess you are 56?
jvandyke_texas wrote:Radio Shack sprays contain mineral oil, leaving a greasy residue.
I like Puretronics contact cleaner-L.
L means contact cleaner AND lubricant for pots.
Cans without lubricant look similar, so read the label.
You get a 13oz can for $6 at Frys.
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