Question about Philips Audio Players & Recorders
Unfortunately when something like this happens it is generally bad news, the only option is the unit most be dismantled within the first hour of the accident in order to have any chance of recovery and the boards washed in rubbing alcohol and the rechargeable battery removed. But! by your description it is already to late, once the liquid penetrates the player the ic pins will corrode and finally work it's way in the casing causing complete failure. The only solution is to replace the MP3 player with a new one.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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