More than likley you will not get it out, but if you didn't have it in water for a long amount of time, pull battery cover off, then battery and let it dry. sometimes you will be able to get it to boot right back up with no problems except seeing water while phone is in use. if this didn't help, then sorry to tell you, but your phone is toast, time for a replacement
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Re: screen has water behind it
Here is a tip I have used myself. Take the cover off of the battery compartment and remove the battery. Use a blow dryer on the low setting and try to dry it that way. Let it set open with the cover off over night and that may let the water that is in it evaporate. After it sets over night take a look at it and if it looks like it is drying out then continue to leave it setting out with the battery out and the cover off. Over time it will dry out. Hope this helps.
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honestly you will probably cause more issues than you will solve. If you separate the layers it will allow dust to get in and that will show up worse than water. If you are sure you can do it, then the front needs to come off. but be really careful.
I understand you want o know how to remove the coils to clean them on your Frigidaire air conditioner, model# FAS257S2A. You will not be removing the coils. If you will please start by cleaning the filter like so:
• Tilt the panel out by grasping the panel from both sides, just below the controls and the air directional louvers, and gently pull to release. Pivot the panel on its hinge's and remove the filter.
• Wash the filter using liquid dishwashing detergent and warm water. Rinse filter thoroughly. Gently shake excess water from the filter. Be sure filter is thoroughly dry before replacing.
• Or, instead of washing you may vacuum the filter clean.
While you are cleaning the filter, the coils will be located behind the filter area, you can clean them with a vacuum extension. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your appliances status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.
I have a Maytag MDB7100AWS which suddenly started blinking the following LEDs: Clean, Rinse Only, Regular Wash, Tough Scrub and Heated dry. Tried cycling the breaker, no help. Tried the key sequences in the troubleshooting sheet behind the kick panel, no help. Then happened to press the Drain/Off button twice. All LEDs went out and am now on my second successful load, fingers crossed. Suspect the control board got latched up somehow.
The best way I find it is to use a screen wiper. If you dont have one you can try to use still water and make a paper towel (kitchen towel) humid.. Do not make it to wet that would cause drops to fall on the screen and then with a dry one clean it over.
If you find your screen is not clean you can use steam from your own mouth.. like you would be cleaning you own eye glasses. I find it quite useful. Then with a dry paper towel clean it in circular movement.
Hope this helps
Hello- This unit has a filter that will become blocked by large quantities of grease over time. The accumulator screen clogs and water won't flow. If grease has been building up for awhile this screen will have to be replaced. -- Rinse most of grease off dishes before putting in dishwasher--. Try running water at sink until hot, and run dishwasher with no dishes and a little extra soap. Let me know if this info helps- Have more if needed.- Thanks- Ed
make sure the outlet tubes are also clean, also rinse off the lint screen with hot water, softener will clog it and not allow propper air flow, the water wil bead up on the screen if this is true, just keep rinsing till water flows freely
remove the battery and any cards ... then "cook" the phone at low temperatures .. no higher than 120 deg F .. stoves dont go that low but if your furnace is forced air and is on this time of the year you can put it over a heat outlet for a day or two ... or use some other source of warm dry heat (like a heating pad or electric blanket) ..adjust the temp for around 120 deg F .. be careful not to overheat it (that will damage the liquid crystal display ) .. dont put the phone i a plastic bag or other wrapping .. the idea is to hasten the evaporation of water trapped under components inside the phone ... the success will depend on how contaminated the water was ... pure or distiled water will not leave residue behind and the phone will likely work after drying .. really dirty water will leave lots of stuff behind and the sucess rate will be lower .. .. its important to dry the phone out soon before corrosion damages things inside .. sometimes we actually wash out dirty water with Deionized or distilled water before drying ... if you dissemble the phone then you can use "canned air" to blow out water from under things .. but that might get a bit complicated for most.. ... at 120 degF it can take up to several days to completely dry out the phone .. but results should be seen in one day ..
if you need to clean the router, distilled water baths can help... thats what all the components get before assembly. They use a LOT. I have done this to other objects with varied success proportional to my effort to acquire distilled water and cleaning and then drying internally as best as possible then using say a hair dryer to make completely dry.
Did he think the programming stunk or something??? lol sorry. Sometimes the screens or lens is truely what they are are two piece type lens, depending on the make and the age of the set. On two piece screens (or lens) theres an outer type called a linticualar lens and the inside is like a light house lens as its called a freznal type lens. On Some makes and models these come apart BUT also in some makes and models they are a one piece design. as theres an inside ground lens and the other side is another ground lens. But im woundering if yours isent the two piece type that could be taken out and separated and cleaned as why would it suck up into the lens if it wasent??? I would call a specialist and ask them if its a two piece and could be cleaned or is it a one piece. Try calling toshiba first so you know what it is so you dont get ripped off so the repairperson wont pad the bill. Good luck Oh try calling this # first. 800-457-7777