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I droped it in sea and the phone in sea and it is dead

I droped my phone in to sea and the phone got totally wet and now nothing works.

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Hi, sir how r u??
to be honest that the water has inserted in the IC of mobile and it does not work the best is you must have to check the repaire..

Posted on May 31, 2009

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