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Remove the battery,
take the phone apart, dry the phone, includeing all internal parts that are wet.
(really take the phone apart the cover off and all parts that are removeable)

Might get it to work again, just might.

other than that, get the phone repaired or replaced.

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

  • Ekse Apr 16, 2008

    you need to take it apart like this and use a hairdryer for examble to dry the water or place all parts in a airthight container filled with rise, the rise 'sucks' the water out. it needs to be in the airtight container filled with rise for 2-3 days.

  • Ekse Apr 16, 2008

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