Question about Radio Communications
First remove the battery or power from the radio. DO not try to turn it on again until you follow this solution....I'd gently open my radio to allow any excess fluid to drain out on a paper towel or cardboard box. Be PATIENT,,,it might take a couple days to dry depending on your enviroment. You can use a hair dryer on "low" heat being careful not to get to close to anything that might melt...low heat is best or just let your radio dry out it's self. When your confident it;s REALLY dry try to apply the power again...you would be amazed but it just might work good as new if you have the patients to completely dry it out,,,best wished, RadioWidgets
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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