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My jacket made in 07 and also made in China is not a part of the recall.


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Since the controller is not waterproof do you guys just use a plastic bag over it when its raining??

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I've got mine in one of the Gerbings leatherette pocket pouches, (it's the dual cover on this page, http://gerbing.com/Products/tempControls.php) and I just clip it on my pocket or belt of my coat. If it's pouring rain I put the clip on the outside of the pocket with the controller on the inside but still with the knobs accessable. The controller has been quite wet but so far has never given me any problems. I've had this dual controller for 3 or 4 years now.

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I've never worried about my controller. I put o-rings under the knobs to prevent them from turning too easily which also helps keep rain out of the potentiometers. The thing has been wet before and still works okay.

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I've never worried about my controller. I put o-rings under the knobs to prevent them from turning too easily which also helps keep rain out of the potentiometers. The thing has been wet before and still works okay.
Great Idea Paul!!...especially since I have a full set of o-rings from Harbor Freight (Both Metric and Imperial)

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Great Idea Paul!!...especially since I have a full set of o-rings from Harbor Freight (Both Metric and Imperial)
Yep, that's where I got mine.

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I've never worried about my controller. I put o-rings under the knobs to prevent them from turning too easily which also helps keep rain out of the potentiometers. The thing has been wet before and still works okay.
I like that idea too.


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