Question about Cell Phones
My Nokia 1200 had a bit of water (not much, though) poured on it yesterday, and worked fine. However, its battery was low so it later turned off. When I got home and plugged in the charger, nothing happened at first. Several times a screen saying "Test Mode" appeared, but now my phone's all but dead. I can't even figure out how to open the casing to see if the circuit board needs cleaning.
I'm having the same problem as i type... a quick survey of forums showed that it happens most often with battery (hardware) compared to s/w problems.
next time ur fone meets water(loo) remove the batteries immediately and the screen guard asap, too. allow them to dry for some hours and u should be fine
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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