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My lcd was under salt water. it turns on and there is a picture but the controls on the bottom right do not work. can it be salvaged

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I would not even bother--the salt water has damaged all boards in the set and over time the set will have additional problems----kind of like a small car that has been in an accident , no matter how well it is repaired it will never be the same as before and will have continued issues related to the damage that happened.

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