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Cleaning Electronic Boards

July 18, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

cleaning electronic boards
How do I clean a circuit?

I have a gas stove with an electronic control pad that has been stored for more than three years. We moved into a house where we can have our stove again, and everything works except for two buttons. I took the circuit board to inspect, and it is covered with bug remains and crud! I'm sure if I can get the crud off the circuit board, the buttons works again. But I do not want to damage the card in the process. Suggestions? I went to Radio Shack and bought a box of their own contact … NOT CHEAP! At nearly $ 12 for a small box (10 oz), I hope it works! If not, I'll go with alcohol Friction instead (this volume is much cheaper!) I'll let you know before I choose the best answer.

In any electronics store you can find a Contact Cleaner spray. It is inexpensive and leaves no residue in the circuit. The liquid evaporates almost instantly, and can be put into service as soon as you get together.

Restoring Vintage Radios and Music Equipment : How to Clean Vintage Electronic Circuits