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Back got barely wet now won't work at all

Help! i sat my phone on the counter and when i picked it up the back was wet. i wiped it off not thinking it had gotten to the inside. put it away for a little while and when i tried to use it, it would not work at all. I took the back off and it was wet on the inside. i have tried drying it out but it still won't work..... what should i do??

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Normally, immediately such a thing happens, you would have to dismantle the whole phone and dry its parts. In your situation, it was delayed and what you can do is to send the phone to the nearest phone technician near you. If done on time, there is a chance of not losing the phone. Sometimes even when it works, some components like camera may not work. It all depends on how quick it is done.

You can also obtain a cleaning alcohol, get a technician to dismantle all the parts and use it to clean the main board and all other electronic parts and then allow it to dry. It should work after this. Like I said earlier, it is still not a guarantee that all the functions will work but at least you still get your phone.

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There are times we have all got our cell phones wet. A lot of times we might be brushing are teeth, and were so worried about missing a phone call that we put it by the sink, and before you know it your elbow hits the phone and right in the sink it goes. OR the toilet...ewww
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