My daughter recently dropped my phone in water for about half a sec. The phone turns on and everything seems to work fine except for one problem it says there is no service. Is there a way to fix this?
This happened to me for more then 3 seconds in water for the razor, turn off the phone, remove the battery and SIM card, let it sit in a dry place over night, and check again next day, it should be fully functional
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If you ever drop an electronic device in water, you should turn it off and leave it in a well-ventilated place for at least a week, this is to avoid any short circuiting that may occur. It seems you have already switched your phone on, it may be possible that you have permanently damaged the circuitry. Try following the above steps, and if that doesn't solve your problem, the you should take your phone to a Nokia service center.
You need to check the RF. The RF is a component that pick up the signal. It is usually placed on the upper portion of the phone where there's a small exhaust so that the RF could pick up the signal better.
Once the RF gets wet, the component might become defective.
Try this: turn off the phone & let it charge for 48hours, that will give it enough time for the electricity to dry out the internal circuitry in the phone and possibly fix your internal antennae problem...if that doesn't work then your phone's tea bath may have shorted the antennae.
I've had this problem.Dont worry its fixable.And realy easy fixable by the way. Its just that water gets somewhere (i dont know where) and shorts the antena.You need to get the water aot and everything will be allright.First time this hapend to me i had to wait for t2 weeks befor the problem fixed itself . The second time i just got a hairdrier and heated the lights out the phone.For an hour it was fixed but tri not to get it to hot its a delicate temperature depending texhnology.Its probably better to do this while the phone if with its panels off.
sir this is a typical problem when water seeps through the phone... may be the servicer havent cleaned it up well.once again ask him to clean it up well. my advice is change the keypads... it might prove helpful.. thank u sir