The phone got a bit wet i took it apart left it for a couple of months just put it back together it worked fine all day now screen just gone it lights up sometimes when you switch it on nokia hands come on very clearly but then just has lines on it and no graphics phone is still working dials out and receives .thanks daren
Did you remove the lcd & keypad parts because it has a connection that needs to be clean too. remove all the parts, shower them with hot air. if you don't have a device for cellphone, a hairdryer will do, but do not use it to close to the unit. blow carefully.
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You know that every electronics device run with the power whether it is Dc/AC.So, when it gets wet with water or any liquid the current passes through the mother board/main board get sort.We have known that liquid substances like water has current conductor.Therefore, if we put or supply current to the device before completely dried the components inside the device can damage easily.Likewise, you have done,now the only thing is to dry your phone by using Rework Station (Heat Blower) which is used by the mobile technician.But, sorry I could not tell you that I will definitely works because this process should be done first (before inserting battery).Thanks for visiting fixya
Wierd things started to happen to my son's phone when got it wet. I tried the tricks I found on the web. Things like: putting it in the oven to dry it out, and letting it sit for a few days. I ended up taking the phone completely apart. It was a little tricky, but since the water voided the warranty, I figured I had nothing to lose. It will a little bit of work, but I got it all apart. I figured it someone would assemble it, it ought to come apart. I found some 'corrision' on some of the flat ribbion cable connections. I think there was one for the screen and another for the keypad. After doing that, it has worked just as good as when it was new. It has been about 8 months since I did that. One thing I will caution, is becareful with the slide mechanism. May sure you see how it is put together. One of the springs popped out on me and it took a bit to figure it out.