Question about Apple iPod touch
Well, I can't guarantee that the following steps will work, but it's worth a try. Water is like poison to electronics. The thing you have to do is to turn it off immediately. If it stays on, then the water that is inside could short something out and you will lose you Touch forever. You need to dry it and make sure there is no sign of water inside or out. The one thing I would do is to place it over an air vent in your house and turn on the heat (or you can use a space heater if it's not cold enough for the heat). This will dry the insides and out, but you will have to do this for at least a couple of hours, and I would recommend overnight. Do not place directly on top of a space heater, as the extreme heat will screw up your touch as well. Place it close enough so it will get warm. Some people suggest putting in a bowl or dry, uncooked rice as rice absorbs moisture. You can try that as well after the heat.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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