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Old 26 July 2013, 04:21   #1
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Protecting electronic connections.

Hi all is there anything that should be sprayed on the connections for my garmin to stop the corroding ??
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Old 26 July 2013, 05:37   #2
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Wd40 ;-)
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Old 26 July 2013, 05:39   #3
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WD40 ;-)
and don't forget to disconnect the power to stop any galvanic reactions taking place.
even in a dam environment the connections can corrode if the power is left on for a long time during storage etc.
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Not WD40. Corrosion block liquid is far far better-it doesn't dry out.
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