Another method is to use an ultra-sonic cleaner with a few drops of detergent in the water., although the readily [cheap] ones may be too small for valve erag8jmb
Regarding cleaning the tuning capacitor, I have successfully cleaned them in the dishwasher. Not with the crockery. Dave M0HBVdavidingrey@ymail.com
thanks Gerry will use that when cleaned, now back to hammering the valves back into their bases hi. From: mailto:eddystone_radio_users@... Sent:paulg3vcn
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