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#12268594 - 05/29/17 09:14 PM cleaning contacts?
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How and what do I use to clean contacts on depth finders? Is it neccessary?
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#12268636 - 05/29/17 09:25 PM Re: cleaning contacts? [Re: Rhino Ranger]
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Sometimes "over time" you may have a powdery white film develop on the pins. I have simply used a water/baking soda solution and a old toothbrush. It is not truly necessary.
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