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Lg scoop not charging

I've dropped my phone in water before i've dried it out and it worked just fine but now i cant get it to charge at all

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  • djmcculler Feb 03, 2009

    someone spilt some kinda liquid on my LG scoop and i cant get it to charge. it turns on and works for about 15 seconds and turns off, and when its charging it charges and resets or something and repeats this process intil i unplug the charger

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The battery is heavily damaged or the connection of the charger is damaged, the only option is to have it looked at professionally or to purchase a new phone, i've had the same problem

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