Question about RCA Lyra RD2765 MP3 Player
Well what i try is disassamble as much as possible, then using a hair drier dyry it, not too hot, you do not want to melt anything. depending on how fay you can take it apart will depend on the drying time. many electroncs will need to be replaced after being dropped into water. you got lucky it's not salt water. after drying it, let it sit for a day or so. DO NOT plugg in power because if there is any water left inside it will short out the electronics damageing the unit. good luck
Posted on Dec 28, 2006
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