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After reading sharcnet's reply yesterday that putting the unit in the freezer was absolutely the wrong solution, I was very panicked! However, once the unit thawed out it worked fine. We tried the freezer because we've used that tip before to "freeze-dry" cell phones that got wet. Luckily the LCD was not damaged & everything is working fine now. And my husband knows not to spray Windex on any electronic screen!
no you dont know what it is so you cant have my money thats why you offer this i have been down this road before and you all should be ashamed of yourselfs next time someone needs your help just say i dont know its easy and nice