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Mp3 player dropped in water

My mp3 player dropped in water. Now it is not switching on.

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Well maybbe if it still works u maybe mite want to suggest getting a hard cover or something but wipe the mp3 off complety wipe the battery cage off because if not he could rust then it won't work



i hope u find my suggestions helpful 

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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