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Razr won't turn on.

Our Razr fell into the pool briefly, now it won't turn on. Do u think it is repairable?

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Open up the case and let it dry out.

Posted on May 15, 2008

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I turn on the camera and the screen starts flashing. lenses wont come out all the way. Fell in the pool.


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From past experience this type of repair has not been worth the cost. I would shop around for a new camera.

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try another battery and if the lights just blink briefly....your main-board sounds like it is damaged so you may need a new one.

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You may want to try a new battery. Also, give it a few days to dry before trying it again.

If it still won't work after a week, you will need to have it repaired or replaced. Unfortunately the warranty will be void, and they can tell it has been wet due to an indicator inside the battery compartment.

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