Question about Televison & Video
Remote control got wet, I dried it off as best I could. Removed the batteries and wiped the are clean. I put batteries back in but the remote isn't working. Can I still use it if I let it dry out completely?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try Tresilla's advice to check the filter first. If you draw a blank there, and if your machine has a separate condenser (as I suspect it will have) then you might want to check whether the bottom end of the condenser, the condensate drain hose which runs from the lower end of the condenser down to the drain pump, or any vent hose (these are sometimes connected to the bottom of the condenser too) has become choked with lint. (So you know what to look for: The condenser is likely to be a largish (often plastic and flattened) duct which runs from the back of the drum up to the dryer blower at the top of the machine. Connected about a third of the way from the top, it will have an inlet hose which leads to the cold water inlet valve and somewhere towards the bottom, a fatter drain hose which leads down to the pump. There may also be a vent hose coming off the very bottom, leading to a point near the very top of the machine). A.
Posted on Mar 21, 2007
SOURCE: wet ps3 controller
that all depends on how wet the controller was. if anything inside got too wet then most likely no. however, if the outer casing was all that was afflicted then yes. the controller should have no problems. hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
SOURCE: wet cell phone-blank screen
Well it depends on the type of screen you have in the phone. Some have edges that can split open and lose the fluid that projects the picture so your best bet is to just replace the phones screen, if every thing else works fine
Posted on May 31, 2009
If water penetrated inside the LCD display , then the display must be replaced. Moreover, the liquid may have shorted some component , and in that case there is more repair job to be done.
All you can do is removing external covers if possible, and drying the phone a little longer If the phone does not come up after one week, then repair or replace it.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
If you have had a battery leak then this is a very bad thing. It's possible that the battery acid could have corrupted the system board in the remote. I would call Sony to see if they have any suggestions for you, however I think you may end up needing to replace the remote.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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