This Nokia 3595 fell into a pot of oil, submerged. Now the number 1 and "hang up" buttons don't work. The oil was at room temperature and the phone was immediately removed, and stood up to drain the oil. it was wiped off. Can I try to take this apart and washed in soap to get the oil off and dry with a hair dryer like the solution for dropping in water? Help. Where can you get the screw drivers with the small "star" drivers?
Isopropal alcahol will clean the electronics, but watchout for two things. Drugstor Isopropal contains a lot of water. The purer the better, but test it on the plastic, a touch in the corner of the screen to be shur it does not fog the display. Besure to remove the batteries first. I would dry it with compressed air rather than the hair dryer. A can of DUST OFF can be found at most computer shops,Radio Shack and Art supply houses.
If all else fails, put it back in the oil(without battery), bring the oil gradually up to about 92 degrees, simmer for about 3 days. then add a few of your favorite spices and a couple of tablespoons of sugar since fried electronics tend to be a bit bitter. If you do not like it then send it to the recycling center
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Most heating elements are indeed submerged in oil and for that reason I would not think it would affect your unit, however I do not normally work on home model products. I am a commercial restaurant equipment dealer, working on commercial products only. Trying it out would tell with within a few minutes whether it's going to work or not? Any other questions, I would find the 800 number or website for that company and ask them directly. Sorry I couldn't be more help to you, but I just don't know that much about home model stuff. Susan Restaurant Equipment Outlet, Cincinnati, OH
Enough to submerge the fish in the basket. Easiest way to get it pretty close: 1. Place the basket in the cooking pot. 2. Fill to the estimated displacement with water. The estimated volume would about half the height of the basket in the pot, if you were to fill the basket with fish half way. This way you know that you'll have enough to cover the fish when you start frying. 3. Measure the water. If you have the markings stamped in the side of the pot, this is pretty easy. Otherwise, pour the water into a gallon jug, keeping tally on how much water you removed from the pot. A partial gallon at the end is easily estimated. Works the same for liters, depending on where you live. 4. Dry the pot thoroughly before you add the oil.
Restriction is nothing but the unlocking for your mobile, unlocking means in your phone just removes the SIM card restriction on your phone so that you can use any other network's SIM card. To get the restriction code for your Nokia 3595 model mobile, just visit this site Unlock-free.com , in this site just give your IMEI number , country & network lock after that within a short period you can get the restriction code for your nokia mobile............I hope this may helpful to you.........
I would like to unlock my Canadian bought Nokia 3595 in
order to use it in Europe. Its numbers are: IMEI : 010262/00/535069/3 Code :0513247LK02TJ CNC ID : 17-2835 FCC ID : GMLNPM-10 IC : 661N-3595 Many thanks for your assistance. Rsaintarnaud
I have a question does your friend's Simcard have a Security Code? Because i think the phone and the simcard have both security codes.
If your friend doesn't remember putting any security code try using its default security code: 12345
If this doesn't solve the problem then you already need a cellphone repair shop to factory reset your phone by using a flasher..
hope this help