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    Need Help!

    okay so I just picked up my ski yesterday and the MFD is not working, lol and the only reason I bought it after I found that out was b/c I knew I could get it fixed fairly cheap on here, but anyways I need to know how to take off the pad on the handlebars so I can take it out and get it shipped to wetherby

    or is there another way to take it out? and will I still be able to use the one that Im taking off or will I need to buy a new pad?, I know stupid newbies! sorry

    thanks


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    Run a butter knife down the left and right sides of the MFD.
    I usually do one side, lift a little and then go to the next side.
    Be sure you run down far enough to get inbetween the latch of the MFD and the handle pad.

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    lol Im retarded I got it thanks for the help

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    ok one more thing the guy that I bought the ski from said that the trim wasnt working b/c the MFD wasnt working, he sadi that they were connected

    is this true? so if I fix my MFD my trim will work?

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    You did check the MDF fuse right?

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    no I thought about it but I dont know where its at can you tell me so I can go check it?

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    Split the electrical box and you will see the 1/4 amp fuse on the board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsc7002 View Post
    ok one more thing the guy that I bought the ski from said that the trim wasnt working b/c the MFD wasnt working, he sadi that they were connected

    is this true? so if I fix my MFD my trim will work?
    False as far as I know. It should work without a gauge.

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    okay I checked the box and the fuse was fine so Im gonna Pm wetherby

    and one qucik qeuestion I think I already know the answer but Ill ask anyways I didnt ask what type of oil they had been using in the ski and I wanna use synthic so will I need to drain the oil thats already in there or can I just add some and go?

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    You should never mix a dino product with a synthetic, I don't remember why but I do remember not to do it.

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