Question about Sony Ericsson K750
I run my self a warm bath and unluckily enough i happed to drop my phone in it, i took out the sim card and battery and dried it then i terned it on and it came on then it started to go funny so i terned it off then on again and it didnt come on.
A basic equation is : Water + Phone = Dead Phone Warm water and a phone is really bad news, the level of corrosion inside the phone after a warm bath is significant. You could try to disassemble the phone and clean it on the inside, but you should not get your hopes up. In many cases, repairing the phone (after water damage) is much more expensive than getting a brand new one.
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
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