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Coffee damage to a Nokia 3100

Today my child split a cup of coffee on my phone. Unfortunaetly this was not cleaned up straight away. I think my phone spent around 3 hours at most in a small puddle of coffee. Please can someone give me some advice as I can get my phone to turn on but I cannot get some of the buttons to work. Any advice? Thanks

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Have you wronged this child in any way? not only s/he kills it with coffee, but s/he just leaves it there??? ;] my sympathy. I posted a while back an answer to a very similar problem, hope you manage improving it - http://www.fixya.com/problems-solutions/t102667,p97334/Samsung-12-Button-LCD-Prostar-DCS-Phone.aspx The most important thing to spend time and money on is your SIM, with all the memories. Take it out ASAP and if it doesn't work on another phone find a lab that will work on it, give it a chem bath, anything. The 3100 sells here for 50 Euro or less, so its not that tragic. it's just a shame to loose all the numbers. Good luck!

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