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    Rxt Digital Screen

    Hi There
    just wondering if anyone has got water inside the digital gauge on the 2009 RXT 215 and how it gat dryed out. After the water got in the screen went foggy and now it has gone black. i am drying it out at the moment and hoping this will work. Any suggestion would be appreciated.
    thanks Keits


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    Welcome to the Hulk..

    Some have recommended a bowl of rice to wick the moisture out.

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    I have 2 06's and 1 08 with moisture and 1 06 with what appears to be a stress crack in the display, but it is not leaking (yet)-- something is not right w/ the 06+ design...

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    Thanks Mate I will give it a go.

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    2010 RXT X on the 2nd dash now and its fogged up as well

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    hmm maybe take them out.. dry them.. and then reseal.. That would bug the piss out of me.

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