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My env3 got wet how do I take it apart to dry it out? I laid it face down on my night stand beside a cup of ice water. The ice melted and ran out on the night stand and my phone has water in the key board and the front screen. Can it be saved?

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I wouldn't take it apart, I would just take the battery and battery cover off and use a hair dryer on medium heat and blow it inside and on the outside, don't let it get hot though, just enough to dry it.

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