Question about T-Mobile Dash Smartphone
My son dropped his T Mobile Dash phone into a swimming pool. I have removed the battery and SIM card, and have dried the phone out over a few days, first using a hair dryer then letting it sit in an air conditioned room. The phone appears physically undamaged, but is there anything else that I should do before trying to power it on?
I would go for it. Battery may be discharged. It is either going to work or not. Water damage is the worst thing tp predict. Circuits may have corrosion unless you have looked at the boards.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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