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LG Neon broken battery and also major water problem

I accidentally washed my LG Neon with my laundry. It went through a 28 minute cycle with detergent and all.

I put it in a bag of rice and dried it. The phone turns on but the battery is apparently dead because when I don't have the charger on, it won't turn on at all. and when the charger is plugged, it says "battery charged full, save energy" or something and within a couple seconds, it goes dead.

I'm hoping that a new battery will fix this problem.

Also, the keyboard and touch screen are messed up. Some keys just do not work and some will press the wrong letter (ex. c will give me v).

Is there a way to have my phone REPAIRED? I just got it and it was very convinient for my college class scheduling and alarm clocks.

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***not a solution*** send me an email at hill.zachary1@yahoo.com if the new battery fixes it

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If you have an active warranty or insurance you will be able to get it replaced but i suggest buying a micro sd card to copy all your important pics and all and they should either 1 (warranty) replace it and you send out the broken one or 2(insurance) send you a refurbished one for about 50 dollars. mine did the same thing and i had the warranty

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You will try new battery and charger

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