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    Keeping Connections Clean

    What can I / should I put on the connectors to my salt water cell to keep the electrical connections clean and trouble free and to prevent corrosion?

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    Re: Keeping Connections Clean

    Do you happen to have a picture of the connections you are mentioning? I don't think you should have connections exposed to the weather elements, but if you are experiencing condensation or some other type of moisture, I would think you could use an automotive battery type of lubricant to protect the connectors...even white lithium grease would do the trick.
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    Re: Keeping Connections Clean

    don't use white lithium grease on the contact areas as it's non-conductive.

    use Carbon Conductive Grease instead

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