Well i was at work and i wass walking along and i dropped my phone in the mop bucket so i reached in and took it out and i took it apart and dried it out and the screen was blury and then i dried it out with a blow dryer and now it works but it says searching for network and no clue what to do. will it work again or should i just get my phone back because it is just a loaner.
Open the mobile phone and pls ur hands should be dry now open then the board and use a cooton swab dipped in very little (pure )gasoline and start to rub on the circuit board
and let it dry ,, u have to be certain that all areas are covered and now assembnle it it will work
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I recommend you do not use a steam cleaner on laminate flooring. We bought an O'cedar mop and bucket with a built in spinner to get the majority of the water out of the mop. Make sure to push the spinner foot lever a least 6-7 times. If you still have too much water on the floor, spin it more.
Don't use harsh cleaners. Murphy's Oil soap is good, but not too much or it will be sticky. I like the O'cedar because the mop can be popped off the handle and washed in the washing machine. It snaps back on easily. The bucket has a handle and a place on the bottom that makes it easier to empty.
I pressed the spinner lever too quickly on my first one and after a while the gear stripped.
They are not expensive and I've found them at the dollar store and Walmart.
If the device is under warranty, or and extended warranty, you will need to contact the warranty provider to have the unit replaced. That is, if they cover such an incident. The water damage has rendered the device inoperable, unfortunately.
Shut off the water valve(s) to the washer and remove the hoses right at the back of the washer (have a bucket handy to drain them). Clean out the strainer screens inside the hose fittings on the washer. While you have the hoses in the bucket, turn the water valve on and off to flush the hoses - if you've had a pressure drop across the strainers for some time, there may be a bit of sediment build up there waiting to clog them again.
If the hoses aren't marked, keep track of which one goes to the hot water inlet, otherwise you'll have to check the temperature of the water running through before reconnection. Another hint - you can use the water in the bucket to mop a floor if needed - why waste it?
I just had this problem after owning the mop for about a year. I let it stand for a while in a bucket of vinegar, then tried it again and it worked. I think it had gotten clogged with hard water deposits and the vinegar dissolved them. I'm buying some distilled water to use in the future with it.