Rheodestabilization occurs when the Rheodiamic pins in your Voltamic module are resonating at an unstable rate. This can have a greatly negative effect on system delta and is extremely dangerous during maintenance. To fix this problem, acquire a small vile of a cyclohexanehexone-plitanium solution from your local VX shop (or get some online) and pour it all into the funnel on top of your voltamic module (it should be labelled "Recalibration fluid"), then restart your system and run a C-class diagnostic test 2A. If all readings are positive, continue use as normal. If not, restart your system in maintenance mode and recalibrate your system.