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Aktuelle Version von: John ,

Titel:

Is it Safe to use Isopropyl Alcohol to clean cartridges?

Text:

I want to clean the contact points on my old NES Carts.  I thought to do this with a little bit of Isopropyl Alcohol (Rubbing Alcohol) and a Q-Tip, or perhaps a micro-fiber cloth.

I don't think this would damage the board, but the NES Carts have a label on the back that tell you not to do this so I am a bit hesitant to try it.

Gerät:

Nintendo Entertainment System

Status:

open

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Bearbeitet von: John ,

Titel:

Is it Safe to use Isopropyl Alcohol to clean cartridges?

Text:

I want to clean the contact points on my old NES Carts. I thought to do this with a little bit of IsotopicIsopropyl Alcohol (Rubbing Alcohol) and a Q-Tip, or perhaps a micro-fiber cloth.
I want to clean the contact points on my old NES Carts. I thought to do this with a little bit of IsotopicIsopropyl Alcohol (Rubbing Alcohol) and a Q-Tip, or perhaps a micro-fiber cloth.
 
I don't think this would damage the board, but the NES Carts have a label on the back that tell you not to do this so I am a bit hesitant to try it.

Gerät:

Nintendo Entertainment System

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: John ,

Titel:

Is it Safe to use IsotopicIsopropyl Alcohol to clean cartridges?
Is it Safe to use IsotopicIsopropyl Alcohol to clean cartridges?

Text:

I want to clean the contact points on my old NES Carts.  I thought to do this with a little bit of Isotopic Alcohol (Rubbing Alcohol) and a Q-Tip, or perhaps a micro-fiber cloth.

I don't think this would damage the board, but the NES Carts have a label on the back that tell you not to do this so I am a bit hesitant to try it.

Gerät:

Nintendo Entertainment System

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: John ,

Titel:

Is it Safe to use Isotopic Alcohol to clean cartridges?

Text:

I want to clean the contact points on my old NES Carts.  I thought to do this with a little bit of Isotopic Alcohol (Rubbing Alcohol) and a Q-Tip, or perhaps a micro-fiber cloth.

I don't think this would damage the board, but the NES Carts have a label on the back that tell you not to do this so I am a bit hesitant to try it.

Gerät:

Nintendo Entertainment System

Status:

open