Removal of condensation in my Rayman (read this correct thread, not my last one!)

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    Removal of condensation in my Rayman (read this correct thread, not my last one!)

    hello all,

    i bought this used middle sea raysman off the bay a little while ago. it came with what looks like condensation under the screen?

    with the raysman, is there another glass face underneath the front curved face? because it looks like the condensation is sitting in between these 2 layers. please see pictures for more details.

    what would be the best way to get rid of this? i am hesitant to open up my watch!

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    Re: Removal of condensation in my Rayman (rad this correct thread, not my last one!)

    I don't know about there being two layers. Could it be an optical illusion with the light bouncing from the curved lens and the display? Personally, I would open it up (air-conditioned room is best as there's little moisture in the air) and let it all evaporate off.

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    Re: Removal of condensation in my Rayman (rad this correct thread, not my last one!)

    ok will do.

    any idea how the moisture couldve gotten into the display in the first place?

    not the first time i am hearing of a raysman building up condensation.....

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    Re: Removal of condensation in my Rayman (rad this correct thread, not my last one!)

    Quote Originally Posted by dh0licious View Post
    any idea how the moisture couldve gotten into the display in the first place?
    Possibly during production or during a battery change.
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    Re: Removal of condensation in my Rayman (rad this correct thread, not my last one!)

    If that doesn't work, are you sure it's condensation? Because from what I can see, it almost looks like some kind of spotting on the crystal.

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    Re: Removal of condensation in my Rayman (rad this correct thread, not my last one!)

    the other way to get the water out is to open the back a little and pace in a sealed bag with some rice the rice sucks the water out

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    Re: Removal of condensation in my Rayman (rad this correct thread, not my last one!)

    Or use a hairdryer.
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    Re: Removal of condensation in my Rayman (rad this correct thread, not my last one!)

    Your watch need a doctor...in Casio service center...Neep open,clean & change the seal, & pressure test...
    Or convert to hydro...& never problem...

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    Re: Removal of condensation in my Rayman (rad this correct thread, not my last one!)

    if that happens then you should open the watch and get the module out of case and get that stuff out as dry it and then put the module back it and close it cause if that happens again that it got an loose spot and i would go find out of it cause everytime i'll get an watch off ebay that i always open it to check everything is there and close it and check it after it got wet.
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    Re: Removal of condensation in my Rayman (rad this correct thread, not my last one!)

    If there's two pieces of glass could the 2nd one be the solar panel?
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    (oops! Time for a new watch!)

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