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Dusty 24.4.2 Faders
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PoconoSoundman
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Hello,

I recently did an outdoor gig at a dusty fairgrounds. The faders of the band's 24.4.2 took a lot of fine dust, so much so, it's to the point where the "feel" of the fader has been compromised.

My plan is to blow out the faders with some canned air.

If these were old-school audio faders, I'd then spritz them with some Cailube, but I don't know if this is recommended practice with the digi-console.

Any help or advice is appreciated.

Thanks,

Dave
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Go with the air. Avoid any kind of liquids.
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