Question about Sanyo MM-8300
Remove imediately the battery from the mobile ........theres a chemical found in most of the mobile repair stores ........
open the phone and apply the chemical ........it will soak all of the water from the mobile and hope the problem is resolved
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
Well.. yes you kinda ruin you mobile because i single water drop in your mobile phone can cause serious trouble . what accually happens when a drop of water enters your mobile phone it start sparks .. (short circuit) in side your mobile phone look just remmber for the next time any eletronic device get into a water accidently first this you have to do is to stop prower generation device like batteries unplug from eletricity socket . Solution you must get your mobile phone repaired from proffesional repair center or manufacture repair center only don't go for cheap and hand it to any one . secondly when you phone get repaired try to cell it at once because repaired phone are known for making problems that's the best solution i have for you mobile ..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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