how to clean smokestains on your msx

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By poke-1,170

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24-07-2005, 19:46

actually,the reason why I like msx so much is the diversity of designs... a lot REALY are well designed,like the HB201P from sony.
MSX stands out in variety (in compartison to the boring 64 for instance)

By Samor

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24-07-2005, 19:50

I guess. I just have 2 philips models though (the 8235 and 8250) - I quite like the 8250 model (and keyboard)

I guess they also happen to be the most common models here (NL) Tongue

By poke-1,170

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24-07-2005, 20:08

true...and the 8020

By snout

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24-07-2005, 20:47

More tips can be found in this classic MRC forum topic :)

By dumfrog

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24-07-2005, 21:26

CIF does work very well :-)
This is what I have done with a yellowed Sony HB-700 :

www.jazzenord.com/JC/nettoyageHB700.jpg
(on the right, the yellow color before cleaning)

BUT... now, the plastic is less "granulous"...

By Meits

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24-07-2005, 21:32

Cockpit spray might do the trick...

By poke-1,170

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24-07-2005, 21:53

do you have an f16 that you use that stuf on a regular basis meits? Wink

By poke-1,170

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24-07-2005, 21:53

thanks dudes for the tips Smile

By Meits

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24-07-2005, 22:07

It's being used to clean cars from the inside pokey Wink

By ARTRAG

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25-07-2005, 16:31

Try with gasoline
then light fire :-)

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