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Old 07-04-2019, 06:08 PM   #8
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Default Re: Central electronics control/display panel push button repair

General Chemicals sells sold a "contact pad renew" kit ... it's a carbon-bearing cyanoacrylic "paint".
(now "Chemtronics" as "CircuitWorks")

I've used it on many such keypad gadgets that are exposed to ridiculous weather situations.

Two examples:
Digikey carries it, too:
(the Digikey version is the one i've used many times ... and heavily-used keys treated 15 years ago are still working)

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