Question about LG Vu CU920 Cellular Phone
A hair dryer could cause some damage and you don't want the moisture to leave any quicker than it got in. If you have access to desiccant container at school or work lab, place it in there overnight. Whatever got in will get out. Short of having that available, dry a few cups of rice in an oven at minimum temp for 5-10 minutes. Remove your battery (not completely necessary) and put the phone and the rice in a flour container or the like, cover it and give it over night. A warm dry location to leave it would be next to a water heater.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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