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Went through the wash

Accidentally washed my daughters MP3 player. Any possibility, or anything at all I can do to fix it?

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Sorry...sell it on ebay as is for parts

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Re: Went through the wash

Well take it to a littel bit smaller parts and let it .. i dont remember whats the name is .. tht word... dont wet its the other .. i guess you know what i mean >p

Posted on Jan 24, 2008

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