I got my phone wet at the beach on Tuesday, I waited for the phone to "recover" it did, but the inside screen is ruined, but I can live with that. The problem is, I set my phone's alarm before the incident, and now that the screen is damaged, I don't know how to turn it off. If someone could/would tell what buttons to press and how many times so I can turn the alarm off, I would be gratefull.
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There is very little that can be done, salt water will corrode metal on contact, all eletronic parts have been compromised, if the memory card is still intact save your pictures and remove it from the camera to transfer to new hardware. Replacing the camera unfortuneately is the only option.
Cell phones do not recover gracefully from getting wet internally. The electronics were not made to get wet. You would be better served to get a new phone. Getting a cell phone wet is almost alway death to the electronics, even if the phone is dried out completely, The problems caused by the damp electronics will cause strange and intermittent problems.
Is it the "valve" that opens when you push the dispensing bar? If so, it's probable the same problem I had with my model 47655. Under the domed screen inside the holding tank is the valve that opens to dispense the coffee. Mine lost the gasket that prevents leaking. I called Hamilton Beach Product support and was told the gasket cannot be fixed or replaced. I would need a whole new tank. BUT WAIT!!! Believe it or not Hamilton Beach is sending me a whole new tank for the cost of shipping only. $5.00 bucks gets me a whole new tank. Just $5.00 BUCKS!!!!! Amazing. I love my Brew Station and I LOVE Hamilton Beach. They truly do stand behind their products. HAMILTON BEACH PRODUCT SUPPORT 1-800-851-8900 Good Luck to ya......Katherine
I suspect sand has got inside the phone and has got underneath the keypad contacts. You will need to take the phone apart and see if any sand comes out. So long as it didnt get wet the circuit should be working correctly.
Feel free to drop me an email. If you didnt want to fix it yourself i could take a look for you.
Take your battery out, and look for the moisture indicator.... it should be a little circle with red hash marks. If it's solid red, the battery is probably toast.... you might want to see if you can borrow a battery and try it before you sell the phone.
a patch is coming out the 8th of jan, this tuesday to fix it i spoke to sony yesterday and they assured me it would fix it, and thats why they didn't send out a new unit. wait till tuesday, download patch and hopefully this will sort it. if not return it to where you got it from or phone sony as it has 1 year warranty. and their service is very good just make sure you back up game saves and other data. hope this helps you