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    how do I remove gauge cluster?

    Before I take the wife's GTC SC to the stealer I want to see if there is anything I can do.....THe gauge cluster has mosture in it (fogged up) and now isn't working. Nothing comes on, no tach, speedo, nothing. Before it completly died it was randomally going on and off. I'm thinking maybe a connection has come loose, but it's not the connector in the hull, I checked that.


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    Use a flat screwdriver on the two corners of the gauge gently push it under the gasket and force out the gauge, there's a single Deustch connector, I haven't had one desassembled though.

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    Thanks for the response! I got it off just now. I can hear a little bit of water sloshing around

    I called the stealer and they want the whole ski, but can't take it in until the 20th. Is there any way I can get a new cluster via snail mail under warranty?

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