Question about Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player
The first thing is to make sure not to try and turn the device on when it is wet.
Give it a good dry, and try to shake out as much water as possible, after removing the batteries (if the batteries are removable).
Now place it in front of a heater that has a fan, or give it a few good goes with a blow dryer, this will be more effective if you can remove the case of the player.
The important thing is not to try to turn it on until it is dry, it may take a couple of days to dry properly inside.
If it still doesn't work after this, it's probably dead I'm sorry.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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