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Tyler Faison

Cleaning SMQVs

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I have a few SMQV transmitters that have turned black on the casing. I think this generally comes from sweat and the like. I hesitate to say oxidation because I don't know the science. What is the best recommended solution for cleaning this up? Just a standard solution from the grocery store? They are always so pretty when they come back from the mothership.

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Not sure about the cleaning, but I always try to keep the units away from sweat. It seeps through and destroys the unit. Never put them against bare skin. I have a bunch of the original neoprene sleeves the SMs used to come with. I use them with the new clips attached to the SM. Avoids direct contact.

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FAQ's know all, see all.

http://www.lectrosonics.com/faqdb/index.php/component/mtree/072-handling-and-perspiration-have-discolored-the-finish-of-my-mm-transmitter-what-can-i-use-to-clean-the-surface?Itemid=

Best,

Larry F

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