Question about Sanyo Katana SCP-6600 Cellular Phone
For one you do not want to keep trying to power up a wet phone.pull the battery and let it sit over the heat vent for a few days.by trying to keep powering up you can actually short electronics inside.another thing you can do is use a blow dryer.depending on how much water is inside,i have actually brought a few back to life..if you can find someone that has enough mechanical background 2 open it up there is some great electronic cleaner called missy that will disapate the water.but leave it on the vent for a few days with the battery pulled and you want to get it as open as you can to get the water out
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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