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How to clean old electronic equipment

Discussion in 'Electronic Equipment' started by ixon, May 21, 2007.

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  1. ixon

    ixon Guest

    Hi Groups,

    I'm not sure this is appropriate for this group. I just got one
    vintage HP Function generator. It produce very bad odor all around. I
    tracked the source of this to be from bad NI-CD batteries leakage. I
    tried clean it with few type of the cleaner spray I have but it still
    smell very bad. It seem that the odor stick very well with the

  2. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    The best cleaner is water, possibly with some alcohol content too. If it was a
    bad leak you may need to get it quite wet to remove all the crud but be be
    careful where the dirty water goes because it can then re-contaminate other
    bits. Lots of flowing water is sometimes best so as to keep the nasty chemicals
    you're removing well diluted.

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