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Re: Discoloration from water
I dont think your daughter did any damage bacause the water can not get into the set form the front unless the water went in thru the holes in the back,in that case water can cause a lot problems,it will dry but it will also damage some components,if the water went in from the back you need to take it somewhere to get it clean so it does not built up corrosion with time.Good luck.
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Rust is an indication that the unit has water or moisture damage. The keyboard should power up using batteries or the adapter. Is the adapter is one supplied by Casio? Perhaps the batteries were/are put in the unit in the wrong direction or polarity? Take the batteries out completely and then try the power adapter. If this fails, I suggest returning the Casio for a replacement.
If it as my Roomba,.....,with a pair of latex gloves on and outdoors I'd open the bottom compartment and take the two spinning brushes out. Depending on how wet or dry the dog deposit is, with wet I'd put my hose on power spray and hose the two brushes clean, then soak in a bleach solution. If dry, I'd leave them in the sun to further dry and then try getting the dry majority off with a stick or brush. When the majority is off, power spray the brushes and soak them in bleach water solution. Dry brushes ASAP and with a bunch of wet wipes clean out the area around the brushes underneath. If it somehow got into the filter compartment, you've got a lot more difficult a job to clean. You don't want to get water into the motor or fan in the filter compartment. Did you get a spare set of parts, etc. with yours? If so you might just want to toss out and replace with a clean set.
It sounds like she may have cracked the LCD display.
LCD (liquid crystal display) are very delicate nad any impact, even by a three year old could damage the screen beyond repair. Could you please submit a photo of the screen when on?
You could try to let the water dry out (it may have already), and hopefully the circles may go away or be less visible. The problem may get worse if the water has damaged a board inside the TV. For the next few days, I would not leave the TV plugged in if it is not being watched. I hope this information has helped you. Good Luck.
She'll need to thoroughly wash the wheel. Then she'll need to sand the wheel down using 120 to 320 grit sandpaper in order to remove the gloss from the current finish and prepare it for primer. If your wheels are chrome, you need to get below the glossy surface to the dull finish below. Use 600 grit sandpaper to smooth out the the rim. Then use a rag to remove the remaining dust.
If the tire is still on the wheel, tape and cover up the tire.
Lay the rim down on a flat surface in a well ventilated area and spray 2 to 3 coats of primer
Once it dries, gently sand it again with 600 grit sandpaper to to smooth it out again. use a rag to remove the excess dust.
Then spray 2 to 3 coats of the paint that she wants. and let dry. Sand again to remove any runs in the paint.
Then spray 2 to 3 coats of clear coat. sand with 1000 to 1500 to remove any burrs. Then use a polishing agent to bring the shine back
Tried lots of suggestions to no avail. Tried a USED, dried out Scotch Brite Cook Top pad on the scrubber handle with Heavy Duty Fantastick sprayed on the pad. Scrubbed the drip marks at the bottom and wiped away to see if it was "scratching" or marri8ng the finish. Nope, but IT WAS taking the water marks off. So I did a bit more and checked again. Working great with no problems for the finish. Cleaned the whole watermark area. Rinsed of with wet cloth. Let it dry and then used my usual stainless cleaner, buffed to shine and walked away to post this. :> My refrig is an Aman too but I read other problem sites and it is common with stainless steel refrigs
my celing was leaking like it was raining out side, but my son ran some bath water and for got he turn the water on and left it ran all over the floor, and i'm down stairs watching the water come down full speed on my big scren tv,i tried drying the tv with a floor heater from front to back wake up the next morning tv still dosen't come on.. what can be the problems,............... please you can reach me at [email protected]. i really ned to no i love my tv