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    my ski has thrust vectoring......does yours??? killcraft's Avatar
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    water in MFD?????

    hey have any of you ever seen this i have water in the mfd. I thought it was stuff from the lcd at first then i took it out and shook it and it sounds like im shaking a super soaker. im starting to think my pro sat on the botttom of a lake for a while
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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Oct 2006
    Cleveland OH
    I've got water in one of my MFDs.

    I think the seal somewhere goes bad. It started after a good day of wave jumping....

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    Trenton Michigan
    It seems to me that there was a service bulletin from Polaris about inspecting the MFDs because some of them had a small hole in the case on the back side. I wouldn't think it would let that much water in so more than likely the seal is broken on LCD or the pressure sensor for speed is damaged and letting water in from the tube.

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