Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator
Maybe. Independent of the drowned device, you should immediately remove the batteries to avoid electrochemical reactions. If you are able to dismantle the device, do it. It may be a good idea to rinse all parts with distilled/deionized water to remove any dirt, soap, sugar or salt contaminations - remember, dirty/salty water is a conductor for electricity.
Do not use alcohol or other chemicals for the cleaning.
Carefully towel away as much liquid as you can using clean tissues. For drying, let it open in the air in a clean (not dusty) environment for a day or two. Alternatively you can use a blow dryer to speed up the process but be careful with the temperature; plastic and glass do not like to get hot.
If you are lucky, the device may work again after dying and assembling.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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