Cleaning motherboards...

From: Parker, Kevin <>
Date: Mon Jan 3 16:53:40 2005

I'm interested in the same issue too - I've got a TRS80 Model 16B that
was living in an unused bakehouse for a few years - I think it's a box
of dust with some circuit boards in there somewhere :-)

I heard a substance you can use that is non conductive and leaves a
protective film on the board after - I think its CRC 626 or CRC 262 or
similar - someone on the list might know a bit more.

Kevin Parker
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[] On Behalf Of Gavin Thomas Nicol
Sent: Saturday, 1 January 2005 3:37 AM
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Subject: Cleaning motherboards...

Apart from dusting with compressed air and camel hair brushes, which
removes the dust from circuit boards, are there any recommendations for
cleaning the general grimy file from motherboards?

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