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Old 07-01-2013, 08:31 AM   #36
Milton
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Originally Posted by FocusFactorDave View Post
Had to go on a late night run last night for baby formula and on the way home my fuse blew again :| so am going to go out and try to find some electrical cleaner as mentioned, a quick google search i found a handful of expensive cans and ran across this one at home depot for 3$

http://www.homedepot.com/p/CRC-2-26-...4#.UdBOCDtOPVc
Hmmm, I followed the link and I would stay away from any electrical cleaner labeled as a lubricant. I would look for something that dries leaving no residue. That said I would not be against using some dielectric grease.

While cleaning corrosion from electrical contacts IS ALWAYS a good thing and should be done, you may still have an issue elsewhere. If the issue has changed from a constant short to an intermittent short it will be harder to find.
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