Question about Cell Phones
Immediately take the battery out! You can use a blow dryer to dry the phone out, don't melt it with too much heat, and then place it in a bright window for a couple of days. The phone may work once it is dried out, however it might never be the same. Do not put the battery back in until it dries out completely.
Posted on May 05, 2008
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