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Category or Product: A. Audio/Video
Q: (18390) I own vacuum tube home audio preamplifiers. The amplifier in particular runs pretty hot due to 8 KT120 power tubes, as do the smaller 12au7 signal tubes. The preamp gets warm with the 2 5ar4 rectifier tubes & 12au7 signal tubes. Total ...
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Category or Product: A. Audio/Video
Q: (18380) Can I use DeoxIT to clean tape heads?
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Category or Product: L. Photography
Q: (18400) Which product(s) do you recommend for maintaining clean contacts on pro camera bodies (D4s and D500) and pro lenses (300mm f4 and 500mm f4)? Would the DeoxIT® D-Series be sufficient or is the DeoxIT® Gold G-Series more adapted? Also, if I ...
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Category or Product: A. Audio/Video
Q: (18478) Hello, I own a Pioneer SX 440 stereo receiver. It seems the right speaker channel is not working properly and is only giving out the slightest sound. Sometimes it crackles but then immediately goes back to quiet. I've guessed that it might...
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Category or Product: B. Automotive
Q: (18541) Which product and process is ideal to clean plated metal contacts? Need to repair my EV car charger and looking for tips. Doesn't always connect properly.
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Category or Product: F. Electrical
Q: (18586) Madam or sir. I’ve got a seriously corroded power meter box socket post similar to shown.   It’s causing intermittent contact throughout the house. 1. Can I spray D5 on it without cutting the power to improve contact safely until the elect...
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Category or Product: F. Electrical
Q: (19332) Which product is best for cadmium or nickel-zinc plated surfaces? Do they remove oxides and to treat and protect without damaging the plating? Cheers, David
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Category or Product: A. Audio/Video
Q: (19595) I am trying to figure out which product, if any, will be best to lubricate some old P&G faders (motorized). I would rather not have to take the console out of service to remove the faders if possible. Thanks for your time. Thank you, Scott
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Category or Product: E. Computers
Q: (18320) Hello Mark, As we discussed, these connectors were manufactured by Hewlett Packard in the early 1970s for helping test a piece of modular test equipment (that is, the modular component would be removed from it's parent device and attached ...
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Category or Product: A. Audio/Video
Q: (18386) I know DeoxIT® D-Series and DeoxIT® Gold are good to for cleaning anything with metal to metal contacts - buy the way, they are the best products, hands down! But what do I use to clean the potentiometers that are carbon? Also, many pots h...
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