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Subject: Sticky Keys


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Don Ahlquist
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Date Posted: 11:10:28 01/03/14 Fri

This one is probably easy for Mark Fontana to answer. I have a sticky solenoid that just didn't want to return to the rest position (lowest key). I was wondering what you recommend to lubricate them or could it be something else. I do know not to spray them with WD-40 (Equipment killer in a can.). Any thoughts?

Don

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Re: Sticky KeysMark Fontana22:20:20 01/03/14 Fri


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