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    water in digital guage

    Hi There
    I have got water in the digital screen on a 2009 rxt. i am trying to dry it out at the moment and wondering if this will work to bring the screen back as at the moment it is black and nothing can be read on the screen. Has anyone else had this happen and how did you fix it.
    Thanks Keits
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    id put it in rice... or in a container with those little bags you get with appliances and such (silica)
    either way, higher temperatures help, (bag) but not to the exent where its going to evaporate as youll need to open the bag every now and then...

    mine stopped working, im thinking water ingestion aswell... sadly, i cracked the screen disassembling and reassembling the thing...

    hope i helped.

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