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My phone is water damage, and it is not start

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Water damage is usually death to a cell phone.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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How much water got in the phone? If you dont want to disassemble the phone, put in in a zip lock bag of rice for 24 hours and see if it starts. If not you can take it apart and dry it out.

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the battery is where the external water damage indicator is but its actually the phone that would be damaged, and even worse, water damage is almost never repairable at a close to reasonable cost.
Your best bet would be to look up a used phone on a local classified website and get something to tide you over til the new iphone.
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I am sorry but whenever any modern day electronic equipment is exposed to water, especially if it was on. Then it will be a total loss. You see there is an instantaneous, chemical reaction, as soon as the water and the electronics mix. Current tracks, where it is NOT meant to be, and causes catastrophic damage, and no amount of "Drying out" will ever do anything, as the damage has already been done. You will have to get a new phone, it is as simple as that sorry.

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The phone is done. The speaker cannot handle water damage.
You can try leaving the phone site in plain, uncooked rice for a day or so, but most likely this phone will never be used again.

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First you do rong !!!
Never switch on any electronique object after drp in water, it's causing a short-circuit and damage all the composant because water is not esolite electricite.

Now the solution and maybe it's not the solution after your phone given you the message "CONTACT THE RETRAILER), maybe your phone well not work again. but never lose a hops.

ok, you have to open your phone and isolate eatche companent, take the motherbord and clean it with a spirit water (not water!!) it's kind of chimical solution that he can absorve all the water from the object that you clean.

wait for a moment and close your phone again, but befor switche it on you have to charge well the battery.

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I had the exact same problem with my sidekick. I believe that tm is taking advantage of their customers and charging for defective phones using a phoney water damage claim. I will never sign with tm again. I am going to call the manufacturer of the sidekick-just to *****.

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