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Turn it off. NOW!
Open up the battery compartment / remove the battery, remove the SIM card and anything else that will allow improved air access to the phone.
Now find somewhere warm to leave it to thoroughly dry out - An airing cupboard is a good place. The oven is not!
Alternatively, if you have any bags of silica-gel lying around (the little sachets that come in electronic goods packaging) place the phone in a sealed bag with a few of them.
Leave it for at least 24 hours to dry out and then see if the problem has rectified itself.
I don't want to sound too pessimistic, but there is only a slim chance that this will work. Unless you dropped it in distilled water, any remaining residue left once it has dried out could still cause further problems.
Posted on Feb 26, 2008
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