Cleaning the faceplate

Repair or Modifications of the Roland System 100M
wiquwi
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Cleaning the faceplate

Postby wiquwi » Tue Dec 10, 2013 3:20 pm

Hi guys
Good day
Jut last month I was able to find a 5 module system in a flea market.
I am currently ordering the DIN cables from japan and have planned to do cleaning before testing.
Today I started the cleaning, took out all the slider caps and knobs and washed them thoroughly with great results.
I am stuck with the faceplate as I think it is stuck with a few grimes that was not taken out by the cursory wet cloth.
What so you guys recommend I use in cleaning the faceplate?
I also notice a bit of white formation in the panel mounted component pcb. What can also be used to clean them up as a dry used toothbrush doesn't do anything to it.
Hope people here can help. I can post images if needed
Cheers
Harvey

paperboycalle
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Re: Cleaning the faceplate

Postby paperboycalle » Wed Dec 11, 2013 11:15 am

Flea market!!! Tell us more!
Sounds like a dream..

(I only use water when it comes to cleaning panels. And a cloth. If it is too sticky i just leave it...)

wiquwi
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Re: Cleaning the faceplate

Postby wiquwi » Wed Dec 11, 2013 11:18 am

paperboycalle
Yep!
I was able to pick up a 5 module set:
112/ 112/ 121/ 130/ 140.
Put up an update in my Blog:
http://wiquwi.wordpress.com/roland-100-m-restoration/

paperboycalle
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Re: Cleaning the faceplate

Postby paperboycalle » Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:10 am

Nice pics.

How much did you pay for it?

wiquwi
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Re: Cleaning the faceplate

Postby wiquwi » Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:20 am

8)

rameen
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Re: Cleaning the faceplate

Postby rameen » Sat Apr 11, 2015 8:00 am

:D :D :D


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