Question about Sanyo MM-8300
I beg to differ on the method of drying a phone, the circuitry is very small and very sensitive to exessive heat, be it heat-gun, hair-dryer, or space-heater. A much safer option would be to bury your phone in a bowl of dry, absorbant granules. Rice, for instance can **** the water from your phone after a stay of two days or more in a sealed container like a sandwhich bag. Hope this helps (even though it's three months later...), TechnoWolfy.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
***First when your phone is dropped in any kind of liquid (water, coca cola,etc) you hae to remove the battery immediatly! DO NOT POWER THE PHONE ON! If you do so your chances of saving your phone will drop from 50% to a low 5%. If your phone is powered on when it still has water or humidity in it that can cause a major short circuit within the main board of the phone.***
Answer to your question:
Just take out the back panel of the phone then you should see some screws. From there it's up to you, have fun!
It's best to use an electric heat gun to dry the phone, but dont put it to close to the phone or it will melt it. I saved a lot of phones with this gun.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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