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Wet phone My phone got wet and i let it dry, but it doesn't turn on, but when i plug it in to the charger, the keypad and screen light up

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Re: wet phone

This suggests that the IC of the phone is damaged beyond repair.

Posted on Feb 28, 2007

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Keypad lights not working e65

take the battery out. and plug it to the charger with no battery and turn it on if the keybad lights still dont work they likely got fried. if it got wet put the phone without the batter in non cooked rice for some hours it will absorb all the moisture. if its under warrenty take it to your service provider

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I helped a friend with a similar problem using the solution below, so I am sure it will work unless your phone has shorted out:
  • Remove the battery from the phone immediately -- preferably right after it had gotten wet.

  • Spray the phone liberally through the keypad and inside the battery compartment with a good brand of electronic cleaner such as "CRC QD Electronic Cleaner Quick Drying Formula". It is important for the cleaner to get into the phone to wash out any water and mineral residues as they can cause a short when you put the batteries back into the phone.

  • Allow it to drain and dry, or better, blow dry it with hairdryer set on cold, or turn upside down on your dashboard for a few hours. Do NOT put the batteries back in the phone while it is drying.

  • When your phone is completely dry, put battery back in and turn it on. If it does not come on, put it on the charger. You should see the indicator come on showing "Charging".

  • After a few minutes to a half an hour, try turning your phone on. It should work if nothing has shorted.

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u must let your cellphone dry up b4 u turn it on,1st thing to do dismantle your cellphone case then u can use a hair blower to dry it up. then try to turn it on. if its not working maybe your cellphone suffers a shortcercuit

Dec 18, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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the water probably caused a short in the screen conector.
sorry but liquid and electronics just don't mix

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sorry to say this but a wet phone is ruined. You will have to take it to a tech at your phone server. They will either repair it or you will have to get another one. Water and phones do not go together at all. Sux.

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