Question about Nokia N70 Cellular Phone
Remove battery and open what you can without destroying anything
let it all dry for a day or two or three sitting on the kitchen counter on a towel
re-assemble, put in the battery and see if it works
if not, discard and buy a new/refurb phone and stop texting while you're in the loo, eh!
Hint: Next time buy the insurance if you are accident prone; no one, not even Nokia, sells the motherboard separately. When that chap disappears out back to the service department, if they can't get your unit to work, all they are doing is swapping your old battery into a new unit and handing it back to you! Been there done that several times.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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