Question about Lands Phones
The water is not a reasonable damage for the phone it self. you should simply let it dry for a couple of weeks ( is it thaks that long) close to a ventilated area. after this period of time, plug the battery again and it should turn on. don't try the hairdryer thing, because it has to naturally dry. Ciao!
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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