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    water logged seat

    i have a seadoo 2002 rxdi and the seat is verry heavy my thought is it has water in it dose any one have seguestions


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    Take it off and leave it in the sun.

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    tilt the seat up on it's nose. the water will drain out.
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    "Take it off and leave it in the sun"

    "tilt the seat up on it's nose. the water will drain out."

    Put these two together for your best hope. There are drain holes in the front of the seat for this purpose. If it's really soaked you may never get it all out.

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    has any one drilled more holes in it or blew air in to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt2ice View Post
    has any one drilled more holes in it or blew air in to it
    Do NOT use compressed air through the drain holes...the seat foam will not pass enough air through it, and you could rip the material away from the staples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky_Road View Post
    Do NOT use compressed air through the drain holes...the seat foam will not pass enough air through it, and you could rip the material away from the staples.
    thanks for that tip what about more holes and then plugging them somehow[

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    I wouldn't.. The drain holes are placed in the seat so that water won't be dripping into the engine compartment while it's just sitting on the ski.

    Drilling more holes, in places that are not meant to have holes, can give your motor a lethal dose of water indigestion, followed by ulcers and massive touretts syndrome.

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    you might have to put some holes in the plastic so it can drain out

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    I always remove some of the staples, peal back the cover a little and let it sun then re staple it.

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