Question about Sony NW-E003F MP3 Player
It got wet. Randomly the screen will go on it but it still works. Or sometimes it's just dead, but I plug it into a computer for a while and then it all comes back on. There's no rhyme or reason to it either! Ugh!! I figure something in there is all crusty so I'm going in! Any tips or advice before I do??
You should not opened it up unless you have experience in that field you may accildently ruin something. best bet is to send it back to manufacture to have them fix the ruin parts from water damage. If they refuse try to have target electronics take a look at it they help me out alot. you my also have a dead battery if its rechargable.
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