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Anyone replaced the clock or instrument cluster whatever you want to call it on a Glee 2012-16 650?
there is water in mine and not sure how it can be dried out other option is to buy a clock set from a bike breaker, how hard a job is it to replace?
 

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If it still works, you can disassemble it and dry it out.
It's not hard to remove the instrument cluster, and there's only c. 6 Philips screws holding the glass on. Double check the rubber boot on the rear is attached properly when reassembling.
 

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Thanks, I will try and remove it when I get time and try drying it out, not sure how the moisture got in but we had some torrential rain at times lately and I got caught out in it a few times. I was afraid of taking it all apart and not being able to get it back together again,
I usually finish up with a few bits left over!!
 

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Manged to remove the clocks, get it dried out and refitted it ok, the rubber boot had come off at the back a bit so I think that's how the moisture got in, thanks for the help.
 

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I just took mine off and took it apart. I was working on the windscreen so I was curious.

Pro tip: don't loose the adjust button stand inside the cluster. It will fall into oblivion.

There is a gasket around the circuit board too. That could come loose or out of place. Just dry it out.
 

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Yes that gasket was a bit wet too, all dried out now and working as it should.
 
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