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What to do if there is corrosion due to water in Internal circuit

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Hi, This can be rectified at Sony service Centres, please get in touch with them. In India, you can locate service centres at the following places, link - http://www.sony.co.in/section/servicecentres
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The corrosion in the Internal Circuit may need replacement to get it work. This can be done at the Sony Authorized/Factory service center. It is better to replace the internal circuitry for complete resolution, better to contact the service center to check if it requires replacement.

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