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Re: liquid split into pioneer djm800 mixer
Question is what kind of liquid and if the system has parts that would trap moisture.
Water you can simply that the cover off of most electronics and use a blowdryer to dry them out very well and let sit for a day then test it to see if there is permanent damage.
Anything that has sugar in it will cause buttons to stick and is not easily cleaned out. Some times a moist cloth can be used to clean most of the sticky substance up then proceed with the water method of cleaning.
If it has large capacitors or transformers these can trap water in them and cause shorts that will kill the electronics if not you.
Another item that will not like the water are sliders and rotary pots. The graphite that is usually present in these guys have bad reactions to water and will usually sound pretty bad after a swim.
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This normally happens when a sugary liquid is split onto any item like this. It causes a coating over the button contacts meaning you can't operate them. The only solution is to take it apart and with a mild cleaner (DVD Lens Cleaner works well) and QTips clean away the residue.
You may want to check YouTube for an instruction video on how to open it up.
Well....even if the ipod is under warranty, AppleCare people won't be able to fix it for free as the physical damages are not covered under warranty. If you look inside the phone jack of your ipod, it's colour should be orange or yellow indicating liquid damage. So, you can set up a repair for your ipod by calling AppleCare and you'll get a replacement but you have to pay the repair fee and that would be around $119 + taxes. I hope this answers your question
@ tp984 If your Zune was submerged in juice (or any other liquid) it is likely liquid damage. Unfortunately you are probably out of luck. You can always try the old putting it in a bag of rice trick, but it is probably too late for that.
go to Google.com and search Audacity download, you can download a mixer to separate a sound file into different sound files. then make a folder in the book section (name it whatever the book is) and then put the chapters in there to keep it organized. hope this helps... whatever (half a.. sleep
Hi , If mp3 or any electronic item falls into water on any liquid split over it... we should not Switch it ON immediately. Keep it dry for more than a day and then try... I guess your mp3 is gone... try once for a repair
Its probably not worth repair as damage has already been done. You should have the owners or operators manual and that should have if case of trouble section to guide ya to the right place for repair. Now if you want get a full can of a spray called tuno wash with no lubercant in it. First off make sure its not gonna harm the palstic case by spraying a little on the back cover and let it stay there to see if any mis shapeing or melting occurs. Next if you can take off the back of the player and with the batteries out start spraying out the unit till you think you have saturateded the whole unit. Put it aside for an hour or so shaking out any excess liquid. Now put back the batteries and see what happens??? If it cleaned out the corrosion then good . If it didnt change anything or dosent work at all then your no worse off. Really when you first know that you spilt anything no matter how much water or liquid inside anything electronic, right away take out the batteries or unplug unit, and let it dry out of a day or so. Good Luck