Originally Posted by nbagno
Throwing this out there as someone who has used a JOBO for a number of years. There will be water spilled on the machine, that's a guarantee. If you haven't already, consider a gasket around the LCD bezel and any other place spilled water can land on the machine. Jobo had a retrofit to add o-rings abound the control knobs. Cheers!
Fair point, a flat rubber gasket around the LCD and a little rubber boot over the joystick would probably be quite easy to implement and could save a lot of hassle if there's an accident. I've already spilled a fair bit of water into the machine itself so far during development so I know how likely it is...