Question about Samsung SGH-t229 Cellular Phone
My son jumped in the pool with his samsung t229 in his pocket. He had the sense to remove the battery and SIM card ASAP. I have taken apart the keyboard half of the phone to dry, but cannot figure out how to take apart the screen side. There is clearly moisture in both screens. I found and removed two screws from that side, but cannot find anymore and I am afraid to pry! This is the second phone he has ruined in last 6 months and I do not want to buy him a new one!
Easy way to fix that problem...dont buy him a new one...maybe if he pays for it himself he will have a little more respect for it...besides that, the best you can do for the phone is let it dry naturally for about 10 days before trying to reinstall the battery. once an lcd display has been water damaged it is more economical to replace the phone than to replace the display.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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