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Lubrication

Posted by Marv Nuce on 04/10/2009 00:20

Vinny,
Depending on the application, I use 1 of 4 methods. Dry graphite in a small tube can be blown (squeeze the tube)into tight areas, and will not collect dust. Light machine oil (3 in 1) for easily accessable areas. Petroleum jelly is a very light grease, where it is more appropriate. On record changer mechanisms, I use a light duty graphite based mixture in a tube.

marv

:Greetings, what do you experts use to lubricate the internal moving parts of a radio? which parts should and can be lubricated?.
:Thank you,
:Vinny



Lubrication 
Vinny 04/09/2009 15:30 
KY 04/09/2009 20:20 
processhead 04/09/2009 20:50 
Thomas Dermody 04/10/2009 00:17 
Marv Nuce 04/10/2009 00:20 
Marv Nuce 04/10/2009 00:32 
Thomas Dermody 04/10/2009 13:36 
G. Berg 04/10/2009 14:50 
Marv Nuce 04/10/2009 17:14 
Vinny 04/10/2009 18:02 
Lewis L 04/10/2009 18:55 
Lewis L 04/10/2009 18:55 
Lewis L 04/10/2009 18:55 
planigan 04/10/2009 22:13 
Lewis L 04/11/2009 13:23 
Peter G. Balazsy 04/12/2009 02:45 
Lewis L 04/12/2009 07:56 
Bob Masse  04/12/2009 10:50 

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