I finally succeeded in getting my Macintosh SE opened up(after finding a long enough screwdriver) and unfortunately found a lot of verdigris and other corrosion on parts of the logic board. I can't get a hard drive to work(I tried a couple of different, known good 50 pin SCSI drives) and I suspect it's due to corrosion around the SCSI socket on the logic board. I'm wondering if anyone has ever tried DeOxit to deal with this type of situation? As per their website, this is what the "D" series sprays were made to do, but I don't want to spend $15 on something that won't work, or even worse could possibly cause damage. Radio Shack here in town has D5S-6 in stock, so I can get some today and am anxious to try it if it will work. As I said, though, I wanted to ask before trying. Thanks in advance for any help.