Question about Samsung SGH-D900 Cellular Phone
Odds are you are wasting your time. Most of the time when phones get wet they either have power on or the person turns it on when they wrongly believe it to be dry inside and short more than one circuit. The components are so small that unless you have access to a mico solderer and the diagnostic software for that phone I would not bother. When phones with water damaged are sent in to refurb/insurance centers they are usually scrapped. Its just not cost effective. If you decide to try good luck, but don't get your hopes to high or spend a great deal of time on it.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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As the mobile is wet the circuit board inside the mobile
will be fully wet. Due to this the connections between the circuits get
connected (short circuited) and the mobile may behave in such a manner that it
should not behave. NEVER put the wet mobile in charger even though it is dry
and working properly. There may be water logs present in the mobile circuit
which may be dangerous to the person who is using the mobile. It may lead to
Take the mobile to the authorized dealer of your make and
they will remove the water log from the
mobile circuit board and it will be fine .I recommend you not to do this by
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