Question about Cell Phones
I've seen this done a couple of times... by my brother in law, and my cousin. Take the battery out. Then, take a hair dryer and hold it pretty close to the phone and dry it out from every angle. Make the air flow into every crevice ( the microphone, the battery compartment, speaker, key pad, the sides, everywhere!) Keep doing it for 15 or even 20 minutes solid. With my cousin, you could actually see the water drying up inside the LCD display area. When we turned it back on it worked.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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