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only hope maybe is to find some rubbing achohol with high alcohol content and drip it in the circutry alcohol will evaporate quickly along with the water dont know if it will work if the speaker material is warped :/ i tried this method on a camera i dropped in water worked fine afterwards hope this helps you
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There is always hope for all the electronics after they get wet provided they were off or the batteries were out. If so, you just have to wait for the headset to dry up COMPLETELY before you power it up!
But like most headsets, it already has an inbuilt battery that can't be removed, still there is some chance that if you do not start it up till it dries completely, it might work.
Try disconnecting the bluetooth device then turn the bluetooth off then hold the power button untill the bluetooth shows a solid red light then try connecting the bluetooth between your palm and the bluetooth device hope this helps
Unscrew the back, inside the back cover there is a tiny black latch, about 1/2" wide. it comes unglued from the plastic guide it is in, that is why your antenna will not lock. You can carefully glue it back in with some superglue, or a piece of tape will hold it in very well too. Worked fine for me.