Question about Nokia 3410 Cellular Phone
The cellphone did not turn on
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I suggest that you should remove the battery and the sim card, please do not try to turn on again your phone unless you are very sure that it is already dried up, usually, when the phone was really wet, you must let it dry up to 24 hours.
If stil no power, better to bring it to your technician, to get a thorough inspection of the circuits and test the power supply.
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Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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