Question about LG Dare VX9700 Cell Phone
When i was walking in the ocean at low tide i forgot i had my phone with me and i was walking through a puddle and it fell out of my pocket. I picked it up IMMEDIATELY.....it wasnt even in the water for 2 seconds. I immediately took out the battery and sim card and started drying all the water out with a shirt. I noticed the white spot in my phone turned pink so i ran inside and (found out after i did this that you arent supposed to) dried it with a hair dryer. Then i put it in a bowl of uncooked rice. I let it stay there over night and checked it this morning. This morning i checked it and it seemed like everything was working and i was so excited until i tried to press messaging (its a touch screen) . Should i let it sit in the rice for another day or another couple days? If there are any people really good with phones plz help.....my phone is brand new and I really like it!!
Put it in a ziplock bag of uncooked rice for several weeks. And make sure the battery is out of it. So put in the battery and phone but they should be apart.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
You can just buy a new touch screen online for like 10 bucks, i think its called a lcd digitizer and screen.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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