I have had great luck with a product called deoxit.
it is very expensive. If I remember
something like $15 for a very small spray can. I once used it on the
turn signal switch on a 1971 Datsun 510 I sprayed it into the switch
and flipped left to right several times fast and sprayed again and
turn signals started working. I have used this stuff many times. I
would buy it again.
There is another product that I have not used yet but have herd good
things with electrical stuff usually automotive.
I have a bottle of it but have yet to use it on anything. Amazon has it.
Both of these have protecting properties.
On Sun, Mar 29, 2020 at 6:51 PM Chris Fulmer <caf...@gmail.com
> What methods does everyone use to clean connectors and contacts on semi old electronics? I have spray cleaner for electronics by CRC but I think it is corrosion not chemical. Mechanically with a brass brush or something is probably great for the external parts but not inside connectors. I also plan on using some Dielectric goo when I put it back together to prevent this in the future, unless there is a good reason not to.
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