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I dropped my cordless land line phone in the toliet and now it doesn't work how cana i fix it


You probably cannot. Remove the battery and immerse the phone on a bag of rice for a couple days. If it will work at the end, you have pulled the rabbit out of the hat.

Thanks for your visit today.

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Probably the phone fell down from your hand often and often that has damage the speaker . what you are to do is to change the speaker (ringer).

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My Avaya/lucent 8410D phone got knocked off the wall and fell apart. I got it all back together except the hangup plunger wire/spring. Does anyone know the proper orientation of the wire to the plunger?


Hi,talking from experience,i will suggest you contact phone engineer in your area to carry out a check on the major components of your phone such as the earpiece,mouthpiece,LCD etc which might have been damaged(70%probability) as a result of the great shock experienced when it fell apart,
It won't cost me anything to give you the proper orientation of the hangup plunger wire,but you not knowing the orientation of this wire,which if i describe to you,you may end up doing it wrongly which poses a great risk or electric shock according to avaya,how are you sure some basic components have been installed properly by you.
So please take caution,contact a phone engineer in your area to assist you

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Fell in sink...no longer works


First of all it is possible to buy another phone if you go to uniden.com.

As much as the one that fell in the sink, remove the battery cover and battery, dry inside the phone and battery. Then place all parts in a warm room (NOT on a radiator) and leave for 24 hrs.Then reconnect and see if it works. My fingers are crossed for you.!

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it all depends if the phone has a sim card in it.If it has a sim card try another line in it.If you insert another sim card and the problem continues dry the phine again.if no results after this kindly take it for repairs

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soak in rubbing alcohol and let dry for a couple of days shake out excess alcohol and make sure(take out battery first)is completly dry before recharging!!!! Good Luck!!! had cell phone drop in lake did that and worked!!!

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your screen might have been damaged because the water might have entered into the phone and there might have been a short circuit ..so better take it to service center

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Its time always become two hours early than actural

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