I have Motorola L7. it went in the water hence my keypad is not functioning, please help...i tried drying in the sun but nothing happens..only few of the keys are working & not all...please help fast...
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Re: Instrument got wet
all, do not turn it on. this would make more damage. Take out the battery, and completely dry the phone
before trying to use again. Did you dry
the phone completely? If not here is the procedure to take out all moisture
trapped in the phone: Dry the phone, battery, any accessory, etc. with
cloth and wrap each piece, phone and accessories, in newspaper. Place
a few handfuls of rice into a plastic bag and then place the wrapped phone in
the bag with rice. The newspaper wrapping avoids direct contact of rice
with your phone because the dust from the rice can get into the small areas of the
phone. The newspaper and rice will absorb moisture. Leave it there (with the
bag open) at least 24 hrs.
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hi im josh a mobile phne technician i cebu phils. Friend the problem is your phone is wet til right now im sure. Friend don't use alcohol to clean it will not cure instead it will intensify the problem. As my expertice in phone you need to use a thinner lacquer thinner for appliances and for paint. lacquer thinner is a substance that will dry easily and can enter in any slots of the part to push out the water that can cause rust. and friend thinner will not leave any mark to make rust so it is the safest one. you try to disassemble your phone remove all plastic parts and rubber parts coz the thinner may damage it. only the metal parts of the phone you sink it in the thinner for at leat 40 mins. then after mins. remove and let it dry under the sun or under the electric fan. for a long time about an hour or more.,then after you assemble the parts.then it will be back the same as new. don't use the battery it cann't be repaired. good luck that solution is 90% sure and safe. please vote me so that i will know if i helped you.
I dropped my phone in the toilet when it fell out of my back pocket. The best thing to do is dry it as well as possible and then leave it out to dry. I let my phone dry for approximately 2-4 weeks and now it's working again. I found this out after I went out and bought another phone. LRL from Texas.
It may never work again BUT!!! Take the battery out, take the phone apart as much as possible and place the phone on a register vent with the fan switch set to ON or in front of a fan for about 3 or more days and try it again. water usually does not hurt electronics as long as there is no power to it and it is dry when you put power to it. If this even happens again, Get the battery out of it as soon as possible an DO NOT REPLACE IT OR TRY TO CHARGE IT until it is completely dry. Water and powered electronics do not get along in any way shape of form. Especially salt water. You will probably have to replace the phone. Your saved information may be on the sim card. Good Luck.
sorry to say this but a wet phone is ruined. You will have to take it to a tech at your phone server. They will either repair it or you will have to get another one. Water and phones do not go together at all. Sux.