Question about Apple iPod touch
DON"T TURN IT ON AGAIN UNTIL YOU KNOW IT IS COMPLETELY DRIED OUT!!!!
Sometime electroncis can be salvaged if they are not turned on again until after they are dry.
The electrolytes...(sugars, salts) can cause the electric current flowing through the device to arc accross connections causing a short. It may be too late to save your iTouch, but for the future if you can dry out the device before trying to turn it on again with a blow dryer or napkins or whatever you have handy it may save it.
Try drying it out and then turning it back on...it may or may not work as the damage may have been done already.
I hope this helps you in the future. Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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