No Tuner Cleaner

From detritu–(at)–x.netcom.com Tue Dec 30 12:18:35 CST 1997
From: detritu–(at)–x.netcom.com(Lord Valve)
Newsgroups: alt.guitar.amps
Subject: Re: Marshall ValveState 8080 with noisy knobs…
Date: 30 Dec 1997 09:01:31 GMT
X-NETCOM-Date: Tue Dec 30 3:01:31 AM CST 1997
Xref: geraldo.cc.utexas.edu alt.guitar.amps:77914

In <34A83077.2F7--(at)--apital.net> George
blathered:
>
>
>They sell TV tuner cleaner at Radio Shack and other stores of the
like.
>Get some of that and spray it into the hole on each pot. Work the
knob
>good. That should clear it up.
>
>It may be time for some new pots.
>
Lord Valve Admonisheth, AGAIN…
Tuner cleaner is for cleaning tuners. Hopefully, the fact that there
are no currently produced television sets which use mechanical-contact
tuners will encourage the maintenance-chemical manufacturers to stop
making the goddamn stuff. DO NOT put tuner cleaner into your pots.
Silicone-based crud like Blue Shower and Tun-O-Wash will quiet your
pots for about three hours…when the solvent vehicle evaporates out of
the pot, it’ll be worse than it was before. Invest in a can of Caig
DN5S-6 and a can of Caig MCL100-2. These two formulations are used by
major studios all over the world, and all of the US military branches;
also by major corporations such as Raytheon, Hewlett-Packard, IBM,
Samsonite, and damn near every audio-equipment manufacturer you’d care
to name. Anyone who tells you to use tuner cleaner for any audio
maintenance procedure is either a rookie or fulla crap.

Lord Valve
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