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  1. arrowsmith

    Just checking on everyone/stay safe

    Still hanging on in Minnesota. Great mask BBH, can't wait till we don't need them any longer!
  2. arrowsmith

    Badger from the Badger State

    Great captures! Very appropriate when you live in Wisconsin. 🙂 We haven't yet captured a Golden Gopher
  3. arrowsmith

    Airborn cottontail

    Nice touch on the photo Tin! 😀 Hope all of you have a great Christmas and New Year's!!
  4. This cottontail had to be at least 3 feet off the ground when the photo was taken. Wish we knew what was on his heels….
  5. arrowsmith

    1st Buck for 2019

    Real dandy, congrats!
  6. Great photos, great bucks too!
  7. arrowsmith

    Wet circuit boards?

    We have looked closer at the board and since we don't have a lot of knowledge about working on the boards, I'm thinking about seeing if I could hire someone who has those qualifications. Any idea how I can find a good qualified person in the Minneapolis area who would do this? Here's a close-up photo of the worst looking part of the board. Interesting how the rust seems to be on every other screw, does that have to do with polarity? Also, if I use WD-40, don't I risk shorting something out? Thanks
  8. arrowsmith

    Wet circuit boards?

    By the way, I don't know if that's a solenoid, it doesn't look like the solenoids, I'm familiar with. It does look to be sealed. Here's a closer photo, maybe you could tell me.
  9. arrowsmith

    Wet circuit boards?

    Thanks guys! If I do try the WD-40, should I spray it directly onto the components? It seems like that might risk shorting things out.
  10. arrowsmith

    Wet circuit boards?

    This is not a game camera issue, but many of you guys are so good with electronics that I thought I'd send this note to see if some of you have advice. I'm disabled and use a power wheelchair and recently was on a dock that broke and I went down in the lake. Luckily, it did not go over my head, but the entire electronics controller went underwater (along with the motors and batteries). The chair is built very rugged and is great for outdoors but unfortunately they've gone out of business and no one makes one comparable. I'd like to keep this one running so when I got out of the water, we quickly disconnected power. When we got home, we took it apart and have been letting it dry out. That was roughly 3 weeks ago. Here's a photo of the inside of the controller boards, is there something I can put on these that will help prevent rust/corrosion? I'm getting ready to put it together and hope that it works but would like to do everything I can to give it the best chance. Thanks guys!
  11. arrowsmith

    Winter photos from 2019

    Thanks guys! We had frozen meat scraps from butchering venison. It is usually good for a few photos in the wintertime.