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Re: One problem here though. Posted by Snowmobile [Email] (#686) [Profile/Gallery] (more from Snowmobile) on Wed, 16 Jan 2013 12:37:17
In Reply to: One problem here though., SWEDECAR [Profile/Gallery] , Wed, 16 Jan 2013 08:45:27 Members do not see ads below this line. - Help Keep This Site Online - Signup
what fluid do you use in the hot wash? is it just a water and detergent kind of deal?
I also find it hard to believe that one could clean that mess with the pan in situ and be confident that the job was done well and that nothing else was damaged in the process (but I am interested to see some endoscope pictures - ie will they really show anything much? maybe worth a try)... I had more suggested the solvent from the perspective of cleaning the screen (and pan) when out of the car... if the grounds are very dry and crumbly it is quite possible that they are mostly carbon... the picture makes it look like some kind of thick tar everywhere else, which presumably would come off with the right solvent, but if there's not much tar holding stuff together on the screen, well, it might not work very well...
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