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I dropped my brand new sidekick slide i just got in milk

I dropped my brand new sidekick slide i just got yesterday in a bowl of cereal and milk. that was 11am, it is now 6pm. i dried it out, do u think there is a chance of itcoming back on?

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Give it at least 2 FULL days to dry. Same happened to me (was a beer not milk, lol), but if you just LEAVE it alone for a couple days, you just might get your phone back. Good Luck bud.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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