Went to Radio Crack today to pick up some Deoxit, they apparently have
replaced it with a house brand tuner cleaner, anyone tried it? or
should I order the real Deoxit online? Immediate application would be
to clean up connections on a wiring harness on an old car that I will be
installing within the next week or so, but I also have some old audio
stuff kicking around that will eventually need cleaned up...
replace "roosters" with "cox" to reply.
I haven't tried the stuff in the store but I have to say that Deoxit -
D5 is *the* stuff. I can't remember what the last can of stuff I
had was, but 4-5 yrs ago somebody turned me on to Deoxit & I couldn't
believe the difference. I can't understand why they have it *only*
on the web.
On 6/19/2010 8:34 AM, do_not_spam firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Oh my God, I remember the horror's of dealing with mechanical TV tuners.
A friend of mine ran a TV tuner repair/rebuild franchise where TV shops
sent tuners to be rebuilt. He had a couple of ultrasonic cleaning vats
from hell that took all the gunk off anything dropped in them. The
electronic supply houses back in the 1970's sold all sorts of different
miracle TV tuner cleaners. It was a fun time back then. Quite often we
would take a TV set out back and fog it with insecticide then watch the
roaches run in all directions.
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