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E900 dropped in drink

My wife dropped her e900 in her drink, left it to dry for couple of weeks, everything is fine now eccept cant here anything when someone phones me, earpiece that is, speaker works fineis there any plans for opening the facia round screen,, thanks.. tom

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  • Lilmizzsammi May 24, 2008

    Well Me And My Sister Were Playing On The Sofa And My Phone Slipped Into The Coffee On The Floor. I Was Drying My Phone And The Flash Wont Go Off And The Top Of The Screen Has Gone All Blury I Got Told To Take The Battery Out Before It Short Curcuits. What Should I Do Now???

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Ok, you can open it. BUT PLEASE BE CAUTIOUS AND VERY CAREFUL !! here is a website that explains how-to open the phone and there is pictures. read carefully and go step by step !! good luck. http://www.geocities.com/samsunge900mods/hardware.html

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