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Tv remote problem

My tv remote dropped into a bowl of salt water. i grabbed it out right away, but it is not working. does anyone know if i can dry it out or is it ruined forever?

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If you rinsed it in fresh water immediately after the drop then maybe it will work again. You would need to replace the batteries.The prospects are, however, not good. Best to to get a new one.

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