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There is probably corrosion due to the liquid damage on the circuit board. You can try cleaning it with an old toothbrush and some denatured alcohol. If that doesn't work, then it probably shorted out the RF ic. This would have to be replace by your local repair shop.
You need to check the RF. The RF is a component that pick up the signal. It is usually placed on the upper portion of the phone where there's a small exhaust so that the RF could pick up the signal better.
Once the RF gets wet, the component might become defective.
i have the same problem, only mine was spelt in beer. oppps :( but i know this also happens to my friends phone and she told me to take the battery out for about a night or so and see what happens!! who knows, we will find out together i guesssss!
Try this: turn off the phone & let it charge for 48hours, that will give it enough time for the electricity to dry out the internal circuitry in the phone and possibly fix your internal antennae problem...if that doesn't work then your phone's tea bath may have shorted the antennae.
this happened to me for more then 3 seconds in water for the razor, turn off the phone, remove the battery and SIM card, let it sit in a dry place over night, and check again next day, it should be fully functional