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[TenTec] On Contact Cleaning

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Subject: [TenTec] On Contact Cleaning
From: geraldj@ames.net (Dr. Gerald N. Johnson, P.E.)
Date: Sat, 27 Feb 1999 19:00:10 -0600
Best I can detect, a little WD-40 only wastes the money it cost to buy
it. At the worst if it leaves a film to gather dust it can compromise
the insulation of a switch wafer and introduce abrasive dust to the
contact area.

One should be careful of carburetor (trichlor) in closed spaces. It can
give the user a euphoric high that is very rocky to come off of. Been
there. Felt like falling into a limestone quarry just after it had been

73, Jerry, K0CQ

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