Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3c Cellular Phone
Anytime anything electronic gets wet, the first thing to do is remove the battery, electricity and water don't mix, it'll corrode the circuits inside, then let the gadget dry out completely, putting it somewhere warm is good, it might take a few days, if you can get your hands on some fresh dessicant packs (you know, those little "do not eat" packets you get in electronics and cameras and such now and then) they might help dry out the phone if you put them and it in a ziplock bag for a couple days.
if the circuits inside aren't corroded from having electricity on while wet, then the phone may be fine after it's dried out.
Posted on Oct 20, 2007
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