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  1. #1
    Seaman Apprentice
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    Default Condensation in gauges

    When I uncovered this spring I noticed condensation in my gauges when the sun came out. Anyone know how to get gauges apart or dry them inside?

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    Default Re: Condensation in gauges

    Don't try to take them apart, if they don't take care of it themselfs you can drill a small hole in the back at the high and low point, use care not to drill to deep

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