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can i use WD40 for electronics?

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well i just want something to lubricate an analog stick because its over a year old and originally it comes lubricated but now it doesnt move smoothly at all.
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Re: can i use WD40 for electronics?

Nov 16, 2006
noo lol
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Re: can i use WD40 for electronics?

Nov 16, 2006
lol wth should i use
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Re: can i use WD40 for electronics?

Nov 16, 2006
idk grease? lol just kidding
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Re: can i use WD40 for electronics?

Nov 16, 2006
You could try Vaseline, then if that don't work you could take it to be disassembled. I recommend the latter tho.
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Re: can i use WD40 for electronics?

Nov 16, 2006
you can buy electronics grease at stores, its non conductive. i used the stuff on my 5 year old N64 controller and it worked good

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Nov 16, 2006
thx to you that told me to use an electronics lubricant.

i whent to my tol box and was looking at all the **bleep** i use for my rc cars and found some electronics lubricant


WOOO

thx u all
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Re: can i use WD40 for electronics?

Nov 16, 2006
Just amke sure you hold it near an open flame. Just kidding, really, don't do it.
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