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Old 10-24-2012, 10:32 AM   #12 (permalink)
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As a former electronic tech I used ' Blue Shower' to clean all electronic controls.
I used 'Blue Shower' a LOT since it cleans really well, is totally inert electrically, and has no effect on plastics. You can also get it at electronic parts supply houses. Note that Blue Shower has NO lubricant in it. Due to the very low contact pressure within the servo, I am not sure that a lubricant, no matter how thin, would be of much value and may even attract and hold more dust. The GC cleaner/lubricant spray is excellent for use in noisy pots in radios (I am an old 'tube radio' guy..) and made the controls in these kinds of units feel like new. I don't think you need that in this application.
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