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Help i went swimming and left my opal in my pocket but as soon as i jumped in i noticed and got out.my friends mom managed to get the water out but it wont turn on

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Your opal is messed up totallllly, you might as well get a new one. your opal is no good. REMEMBER: THINK BEFORE YOU DO THINGS!

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