Subject: New Games for your Amiga Part 14
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Subject: "do"s and "don't"s of cleaning an old Amiga 500?
So I've confirmed the old family Amiga still works (composite video to a 1080p screen... looked terrible but just had to see if it turned on and loaded a disk! :P). Now I'm getting ready to put her "back in service" and fully integrated with my my office desk RGB setup.
So considering everything works and there are no obvious problem areas, what are some recommended steps/products for a good basic cleaning? I'd like to get dust out from the keys and openings in the external case... and a good wipe down with something safe. I will be opening it up, in order to add a DF0/DF1 selector switch (gonna add an external Gotek) - so I'll have a chance to clean the inside too.
Again, I don't need to go crazy, since it ain't broke. Mainly wanna make sure I'm using the right type of products... like I've got canned air, but seems like any time you do research on something like this you'll see stuff like "oh, definitely don't use canned air on this"... so I don't wanna barge in with the "obvious" cleaning steps only to find that I'm doing damage to the Amiga!!!
Any tips appreciated, thanks!
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