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Samsung T809, screen display is dull(week)

Dropped in water for one sec. i taken off phone from water put in dry,then it is working fine. But 2 days after, the screen display is dim(dull). what caused for it.should i change battery.

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    How do you change the Slider screen on a Samsung T-809. I have another T809 with a bad keyboard and need to swap the screens.

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Unfortunately, the board of your mobile phone has corroded. When the water dried up rust was developed. try cleaning the board of your phone...

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