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    How to power on the gauge cluster with engine off.

    GP1200R 01. Actually this is a question rather than a how to. Does anyone know how to test the display with the engine off? I assume you need to remove the cluster and connect to a battery (which wires?) to do it. I'm trying to read the hours but my engine is apart at the moment.


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    Perfect thanks! Worked a treat.

    I can't exactly make out the numbers as there is a bit of water clogged between the plastic and the LCD itself. Is there any point trying to rescue this unit? I know some of the Polaris guys were able to bring poor lcd units back to life just wondering if anyone attempted something similar

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    I'm curious to know as well. My screen works but its hard to read the numbers due to the build of condensations. How does it get in there anyway? My screen isnt cracked in any way.

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