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Rain got inside

Hi, I accidently forgot my Mp3 player outside and it rained that day. Well when I actually remembered I had left it there I found it literally in a puddle on my lawn chair now it won't work at all. I was wondering if I could fix it somehow?

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Re: rain got inside

Water damage irreversible - may work sporadically after drying

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