Question about Sony Ericsson W850i Cellular Phone
Your phone may be dead. It depends on how far into the phone the water got. How long was it submersed? If you are comfortable with taking it apart, that would help to dry it out. or put it somewhere warm so the water will evaporate. you don't want to put the battery in untill the phone has dried out. also the battery may be damaged. it all depends on how long it was under water. it takes a minute for it to seep into the phone.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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