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Thread: Fluke meter LCD problem
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> The meter must be disassembled to the point where the LCD
> glass can be removed.  There are a couple rubbery components
> that are apparently the (non-metallic) conductors to the LCD
> glass.

Zebra strips

Strange that this should happen to a quality product like Flukes.
I've used reasonable but cheap meters for years and never
needed to clean those conductors. Same with my VCR remote,
which has a programming LCD on it, and gets absolutely gross
inside with, well, ever cleaned out a remote control ? Ick ick ick

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