Question about Lands Phones
Believe it or not the phone is still possibly wet inside and its a very small amount of moisture shorting across something which is causing this spurious reading on the screen. There are a few ways to dry it out thoroughly, but I have always found the best method is to leave the phone on top of a radiator on a low heat setting for a couple of days and that usually does the trick. Please do not try to dry it out quickly by leaving it on a hot radiator or damage will surely happen to the phone. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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