Question about Cell Phones
Salt water, chlorinated water or just fresh water. If it was fresh water there maybe some water vapour still inside just remove your battery and put it in the oven with door open on about 100c for about 5-10 mins but make sure you keep an eye on it. All you want to do is get rid of the water not cook the chipboard or if you are paitent stick it in the sun battery out and back off for a couple of hours if it was the other 2 waters your phone is propably lost the chlorine and salt eat the chipboards and they tend to short out the fix will only work if you got the battery out after it got wet but it sounds like you never and the lights and whatnot is your phone shorting
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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