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Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: Anyone in Philly / Delaware / NJ with Amiga 3000 battery-removal experience?

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  • B Degnan
    ... I agree, boards can survive a little soap and water. That s actually preferred to any chemicals if you re dealing with dirt Bill
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 7, 2011
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      >And don't laugh at this but if the board I'm working on is particularly
      >gross and gunky, I'll wash it in the dishwasher with a bit of detergent
      >in "air dry" mode. Same with the cable harnesses.
      >
      >Once the wash cycle is done I'll pull the board out, rinse it with
      >distilled water and then air dry. Things look beautiful and factory
      >fresh when you're done.
      >
      >If you do use the dishwasher check to ensure that there aren't stickers
      >that you'd like to preserve.


      I agree, boards can survive a little soap and water. That's actually
      preferred to any chemicals if you're dealing with dirt

      Bill
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