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    Re: How to fix the "Infometer Center Gauge" on a 1996 GTX SEADOO

    before to dry before you place the black ring and tighten it. Make sure the silicone is sealing around the black metal ring and use your finger to spread an additional very thin layer around the edges of the ring sealing the black metal ring to the body of the gauge. I allowed it to cure like this over night. This will make a homogeneous assembly of the gauge body, the lens and the black ring making them air tight.

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    18. Remove the automotive water hose clamp from the perimeter of the "infometer center gauge" the silicone should be cured and your gauge should be air tight. Finally i took electrical tape and went around the gauge several times to make sure that i took the pressure from the ring off, and from wanting to spread open. Proceed to install everything back in the reversal of the removal, but not before you test the gauge to make sure that it is working.

    Note: I also cleaned every part as i went along.
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    Re: How to fix the "Infometer Center Gauge" on a 1996 GTX SEADOO

    One last note. Remember that the gauge must go back in the sleeve or in the rubber gauge support. If you put too much silicone around the gauge then you are increasing the width too much and the width where the ring will go around, this will make the gauge not sit square in the sleeve and it will stick out a bit and it will not look cool, it will work but it will look as if you fixed it; Make the layers of silicone really thin. Also, have a bunch of rags available when working with the black silicone. Luckily it does rubs off easily once it dries. I broke the temperature sensor because i placed the "deflector" on top of the fitting when i was working on it, and somehow it snapped, so be careful with your temperature sensor. I am going to try to fix mine, i will try to do a thread about it.

    Hope this helps someone, in the same way others helped me. Thank you!
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    Re: How to fix the "Infometer Center Gauge" on a 1996 GTX SEADOO

    Looks good. Thanks for the write up.
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    Re: How to fix the "Infometer Center Gauge" on a 1996 GTX SEADOO

    Quote Originally Posted by kcr357 View Post
    Looks good. Thanks for the write up.
    Thank you!

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    Re: How to fix the "Infometer Center Gauge" on a 1996 GTX SEADOO

    Excellent how to, well done!
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    Re: How to fix the "Infometer Center Gauge" on a 1996 GTX SEADOO

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    Excellent how to, well done!
    Thank you!

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    Re: How to fix the "Infometer Center Gauge" on a 1996 GTX SEADOO

    Hello, Im from Argentina. I need to do this job, what kind of film is the correct to install? Or is it an ordinary film just like the films for cell phones?

    Thanks

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    Re: How to fix the "Infometer Center Gauge" on a 1996 GTX SEADOO

    You need UV protected polarization film, I got mine from Edmund Scientific, it's probably best to call them and tell them what you are looking for .
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    Re: How to fix the "Infometer Center Gauge" on a 1996 GTX SEADOO

    https://www.jetskiplus.com/seadoo-re...center-display


    I just started this on my 96 gsx. I ordered the film today.
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    Re: How to fix the "Infometer Center Gauge" on a 1996 GTX SEADOO

    I looked at those kits but you can buy enough film to repair 10 gauges for what they are asking for one kit, what you are buying is a small piece of film and some instructions.

    That's bogus you are on the thread with the instructions , I also posted one years ago, here is where you can buy the film, search around on Ebay and you can probably find small pieces for cheaper but I just buy the big sheets and cut out what I need , that way I always have it on hand if I need to repair another gauge.


    Also while the self adhesive film does work better it is not necessary, if you cut the piece to fit and just put it in there it will work just fine, I have done it both ways.

    One more tip , if you do decide to get a large piece of film and cut it the film has to be oriented correctly, this means plug the gauge back up and hold the piece of film over the gauge to determine proper orientation , every time you turn the film 90 degrees it will flip from black digits on a white face to white digits on a black face.
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