Best way to clean sticky purion display?

Oekaaaeir

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Sep 30, 2022
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The two big buttons on my Bosch Purion display is getting sticky. Sometimes I want to go from eco to tour-mode and press one time, then it goes further up to sport-mode by itself. Manual says clean with water only, is that your experience as well or can it take some kind of cleaner or alcohol too?
Thx
karsten
 

Howard S

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Oct 27, 2022
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The two big buttons on my Bosch Purion display is getting sticky. Sometimes I want to go from eco to tour-mode and press one time, then it goes further up to sport-mode by itself. Manual says clean with water only, is that your experience as well or can it take some kind of cleaner or alcohol too?
Thx
karsten
I am having the same issues not sure yet how to fix them ?
 

Mikerb

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I would not use water of indeed any fluid. If the stickyness is due to dust ingress between the buttons and the body of the Purion maybe the best option is use a semi stiff brush...something like a tooth brush... to see if that will clean out in the gaps. Alternatively an air compressor may help if you have access to one but be careful to use it such that any dust etc is blown out rather than further into the body of the Purion. It would be better to do either with the purion upside down so either rotate it on the bars or remove it. If that is successful I suggest you get a silicon cover for it............check out for one on ebay.
 

nosuchuser

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Jun 10, 2020
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After grinding my power button flat during a crash... and then paying for a replacement Purion and much swearing fitting it, another vouch for the silicon cover!
 

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