Question about Nintendo DS Console
Rice can do miracles when used to absorb water, for this reason it is commonly used for this purpose, have you ever seen some rice in a salt saker and wondered why it was there? salt goes bad when it gets wet, so it absorbs the moisture from the air. Just ensure its raw rice, and not cooked.
Give it a day or two in the rice and wish it luck, unless you happen to have the custom screw driver required to open it up and dry it. Don't turn it on in the mean time. By turning on a wet device you run the risk of short circuiting it if you haven't already done so.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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