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    Try calling Anchor Optics a division of Edmund Optics 1-856-6865. They should be able to help and probably carry what you may need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooltouch View Post
    Thanks for the responses, guys. M Lointain, yours sounds like a great idea. I have some very low viscosity machine oil -- it's almost like water, it's so thin -- that might just be perfect. It is just the slightest yellow color so it shouldn't affect color rendition. I also have some insulin syringes around here somewhere that I use to inject this oil into tight spaces. They're great for tight work because the needles are hair thin. I don't recall where I put them now. I was looking for them the other day and wasn't able to find them. Guess I need to track them down now.

    So I'll give this a try and I'll report back to y'all on the outcome.
    No need for the syringe, just place the elements on their side and let gravity do the work. I forgot to mention that I used Singer sewing machine oil in the past. Good luck!

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    Yep, the stuff I have is probably the same as sewing machine oil.

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