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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am not convinced that they were built to withstand washing. I don't think a repair shop would bother to fix them either. Or they would charge a lot of money to do the job! With a bit of luck you could take them apart and try to dry them out completely. If they were under warranty, it's unlikely the maker would cover that sort of damage anyway. All I can suggest is that you carefully take them apart and try and dry the parts out yourself. Knowing that if you damage them in doing so they are most likely written off in any case. At the end of the day unless your really lucky, you are going to be forking out for new ones!
Posted on Jul 02, 2017
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