Try it!!!! (Was - Re: One More PCB Dishwasher Question)

From: Matthew Sell <>
Date: Fri Dec 28 12:00:47 2001

For those who don't believe that it's okay - prove it to yourself. Here's how:

1) Pick a dirty, filthy board that somehow seems to work, and is worth very
little to you
2) Make sure it doesn't have:

         a) relays
         b) large capacitors
         c) transformers
         d) iron-core inductors
         e) fragile labels or core memory

3) put it in your dishwasher by itself, with no detergent (just for
testing), and turn off the plate warmer and dryer
4) wash it!
5) shake off excess water after cycle finishes
6) clean - isn't it?
6) hang up to dry indoors for several days
7) plug it in. Works, doesn't it?!! And clean, too !!!!!

Don't take our words for it. Try it!!!! You'll be amazed at how clean the
boards get, with so little effort on your part.

         - Matt

At 11:22 AM 12/28/2001 -0600, you wrote:
>On Fri, 28 Dec 2001, Bob Shannon wrote:
> > Never run boards through a dishwasher!
>Oh no, not this thread again :)

Matthew Sell
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