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Spill drink on Razor V3/

I left v3 in pocket and went swimming. It dried out and worked fine for 2 weeks. Then my son spilled his soda on it and it quit working completely. I charged it up and key pad lights up for a few sec. but phone does not work. Can I take screen apart and clean it or the rest of the phone? I have lots of contacts in the phone book and no insurance on the phone to get it replaced, can someone help me please? Thanks S. Berman

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Try cleaning the cell completed overhall check battery if it ok you can have it service before buying parts for the cell ask to have it service if other problems you can way the cost of relpacement

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Steve, The vital parts of phone got short-circuits causing it not to power the phone back. It has a liquid damage on it and could void the warranty of the phone.

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