I have a Sony PS-LX55II, and it has a linear-tracking arm(not Bio-Tracer
), pulled back and forth by a cable very much like the tuning cable in an AM/FM tuner. I think it was the shop I bought it from that did the deed, but they put too much silicone grease on the worm gear which just happens to be positioned above a portion of the cable. Yes, it did drip, and now the cable doesn't have enough traction to pull the arm. What solvent will best pull silicone grease out of the cable without melting the cable too?