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RE: Vapor problems with condensation

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Anyone else have condensation problems with their trailtech Vapor? mine got so bad now it wont' even work, only had it on the bike for less then a month and less then a tank of gas, I did have it left outside for a week while i was out of town but hell it should be able to be left out shouldn't it, its crazy if not, I tried to call them but they are closed Saturdays, left an email......

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Anyone else have condensation problems with their trailtech Vapor? mine got so bad now it wont' even work, only had it on the bike for less then a month and less then a tank of gas, I did have it left outside for a week while i was out of town but hell it should be able to be left out shouldn't it, its crazy if not, I tried to call them but they are closed Saturdays, left an email......

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I'm having tach problems with my new Vapor. I sent them an email a couple weeks ago, and never heard back.

Looks like your display got trashed. Lets us know how Trailtech handles it.

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Nothing like that with mine so far. I've gotten it wet when washing the and so far so good.

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I just got one and it worked at first but the display died within 2-3 days.

It's still on my desk, I havent installed it yet. Tried a new battery -- no help.

Hooked it up to 12 volt power and the backlight comes on, but still no display.

I will call them tommorrow.

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