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Sounddock got splashed and the ipod is ok, but the sounddock played for one second and stopped and now it just makes a loud pop every so often if plugged in.

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Once water gets into an electrical device like that, it's only a matter of seconds before it conducts electricity from one circuit element to another where there isnt supposed to be a connection. Once this happens, your dock is toast. Unless you want to open it up and replace whatever was fried. Sorry buddy

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