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Old 03-26-2006, 08:59 PM
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Default RE: Oil on my servo connections

I think the silicon dielectric grease should work. I tested it on my battery connector and everything worked fine. Although, I haven't done any extensive tests to be sure. I was planning on checking that out to see if everything works okay. I thought that would be a great added security measure for float planes. In cable tv construction, it was mandatory for us to use it in all of the cable splices and it doesn't effect the power or signal in that, albeit that's a different animal with with typically 60 volts AC and from 7 to 800 MHz. I feel like it should work okay on R/C connections, but like I said, I want to thoroughly test it first before committng a plane to the air with it. Maybe somebody already tested it out.