Question about LG Dare VX9700 Cell Phone
Usually no. Cell phones are very very sensitive to water. The electrical components inside are so small that they start to corrode and breakdown within a matter of hours once you get it wet. If it just got wet, do NOT turn it on. Take as much of it apart as you can and cover it with dry rice and put a fan on it for several days. This will dramatically help your chances of saving it. If its just the battery area you can check the contacts to see if they are corroded. Pop out the battery and check the metal prongs on the phone and the copper plates on the battery. If they are tainted take a pencil eraser or very fine sandpaper and gently rub until they are shinny. I also recommend the rice process as well. Put it back together and see what happens. I have successfully saved a phone that was completely submerged before but I had to completely take it apart and unfortunately it takes very small tools.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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