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I dropped my nokia 5230 in water. I had it in the sun all day,but it wont even turn on. What should i do?

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Before rushing to the store and having them possibly charge you for damages, try putting it in a bowl of rice, and make sure none of the phone is showing, and leave it for a few days. it worked for me :)

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There still some water residue inside the motherboard that caused the transistors not to work. i recommend to visit the store to have it fix.
hope this help

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

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