Question about Cell Phones
Open up the phone and dry it in the sun, or do a blow-drying. Ensure that every trace of water is out of the phone. Then try switching it on. If the screen still appears blank, then the water must have severed the connection between the board and the screen. Open up the entire phone (screws and all ) and first with a soldering pin, melt off totally the solder initially joining the screen to the board, then re-solder it.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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