May be water up inside the pod. You can pull the pod out, take it apart and let it dry out. Put dielectric grease in the connector and try it again. I used a method from another forum and installed one of those desicant packs inside, and sealed up the unit with clear silicone to prevent any water from getting in. I pressure wash it, and so far so good. No issues with water.
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