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    Sea Doo footwell blisters

    I was wondering if anyone else has had blisters appear in the footwell of their 2011 Sea Doo. My GTX has them on both sides of the footwells and the dealer said that it is because water sat in them for to long. Anyone else have this problem?


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    Hi JZR600, Welcome to the forum.
    I don't have a 2011 but I've got 2 (blister free) 2004 Seadoos.
    That sounds a bit suspicious to me. These things are made to get wet, you would think letting water sit in the footwells for some period of time wouldn't cause problems. I usually soak up any standing water in my footwells but I have on occasion forgotten to.
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    Yeah there should be no blistering in the footwells or anywhere else for that matter........I've had water set in my footwells for weeks with no issues.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by JZR600 View Post
    I was wondering if anyone else has had blisters appear in the footwell of their 2011 Sea Doo. My GTX has them on both sides of the footwells and the dealer said that it is because water sat in them for to long. Anyone else have this problem?

    I have a 2011 - could you please provide a photo of what you are referring to?
    Thanks

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    I've seen them on Sea Doos and Yamahas, I also wonder what would cause this.

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    Here is a pic of the blisters

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    That looks like a defect in the paint job. Water sitting in there should not cause that.

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    They are water blisters and they get there from leaving water in the footwells or if you leave a PWC floating for long term...I have seen them on many skis and many year models..Take the water out of the footwells and let it sit in the sun for a afternoon..They will dry up and go away...

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    I bought a left over that has some in the deepest part of the footwell... they haven't broke open or anything so I pay no mind to them hard to see on black.. your white looks a little more visible

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    They are not drying up and wont go away. I had a gel shop look at it and we ground out the gel and there are pin holes behind every blister. The problem lies with the construction. Blisters will not go away just by sitting.

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