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Got it wet

Ok the other day I spilled a mixed drink on my phone. I tried to dry it off right away but when I tried to turn it back on, it'll just go on for a second then the screen will turn white, then normal screen, then white again... does it about three times before turning completly off again. It does it everytime I try to turn it on... Do I just need to get a new phone? I also tried taking the battery out and letting it dry for a day or two with no luck.

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Well you can either get a new phone or possiably take it apart and blow dry it on low to dry it out.i know that sounds crazy i did that on my razr phone.if you dont want to do that and your phones under warranty i would take it back.

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