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cleaning inside of wireless controller

vala

Active Member
hello all,

recently some juice spilled over my wireless controller. i can get hold of a security screwdriver to gain access to the inside of the controller however im stumped as to what to use to cleaning the inside with.

can anyone recommend anything?
 

JethroUK

Active Member
you can actually buy 'switch cleaner' which is like a lube oil spray that is suitable for light electrical circuits (WD40 should work just as well)
 

thefamoushoops

Active Member
I managed to spill some beer on mine on Saturday night :mad: and apart from the buttons slightly sticking on Sunday it doesn't seem to have done any harm.

Buttons were fine last night :smashin:.

It was just a wee problem with can to mouth co ordination :oops:.
 
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icehawk

Guest
I've cleaned one of mine with WD40 and it still works.
Switch cleaner is probably better though
 
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