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Somehow some condensation got inside my tach. Is there a way to remove the glass to clean off the dried watermarks.
 

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Somehow some condensation got inside my tach. Is there a way to remove the glass to clean off the dried watermarks.
I would try to see if you,can take it off and use a hair dryer to blow through it and maybe dry it out, the cup comes off the back,
 

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Somehow some condensation got inside my tach. Is there a way to remove the glass to clean off the dried watermarks.
I would try to see if you,can take it off and use a hair dryer to blow through it and maybe dry it out, the cup comes off the back,
denny the tach is not still wet inside, he is trying to clean dried watermarks off the inside of glass lens.:)
 

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denny the tach is not still wet inside, he is trying to clean dried watermarks off the inside of glass lens.:)
can you say ,Duhh? I was obviously having a moment there Gordon:doh:
 

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can you say ,Duhh? I was obviously having a moment there Gordon:doh:
Well it is about 0*F here, so I could claim brain freeze eh!
So what is your excuse? :( lol
 

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My original post seems to have skidded off the road. It sure is fun reading you guys ( veteran Vulcaneers) banter. Can I take the glass off the tach to clean the inside? OHC is correct, It has left water marks. It isn't life changing, just wondering if anyone has encountered this issue. thnx, Merry Xmas.
A frigid 61 here on Sunday, what a great riding time.
God Bless you all.
 

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Can I take the glass off the tach to clean the inside?
It is not designed to come apart, but it can be done. The chromed ring around the tachometer has to come off. Take off the cup and with a small screwdriver pry around the ring to get it off. Proceed slowly and cautiously.
 
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