My phone has recently had tea spilt on it by my son. After wiping the phone off straight away I took the sim and battery out of the phone to let it dry out. It now works fine except for the screen doesn't light up at all any more and the flash on the camera no longer works. Please can you tell me if this is economically repairable?
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The beep is a warning code indicating that there's an error in the start-up process. You'll have to have your laptop serviced from a qualified technician because there may be some damage to the motherboard.
I had the same issue with my W890i, I sent it off to Sony for fixing - but the issue still remained... I fixed the problem by using the Sony Ericssion PC suite, plug in the phone and then run the "update" wizard. then ran the Repaire/Reset to factory settings.
This cleared the problem straight away - ALTHOUGH be aware that this will wipe your phone clean. Any numbers stored on the phone will be deleted.
i could be ok take the batteries out,then wash out properly with warm water and let it dry out fully near a radiator for a couple of days and try it then. It has worked for me everytime if you have the knowhow and the tools to take it apart then do so it will speed up the whole process
You can do this
switch on the phone and enter wrong pins 3 times after that your sim will be blocked.You can now enter your PUK to unlock your sim.
You can get your PUK from your service provider.
You should get some silica gel packets (the small packets that say "do not eat" and come in boxes of new shoes, or purses) - take the phone apart as much as you can without damaging it and put the phone and the silica packets in a sealed plastic bag and let it sit as long as you can. The silica will pull the moisture out of the phone. I've heard rice works for this as well.
Try putting the phone in a very warm dry place, ay in the "Hot water cupboard" for a day or so and this may drive out any moisture that may be causing the problems, also shake the phone vigorously B4 you do so to try and dislodge any moisture. Or you could try disassembly and wiping the keypad contacts, perhaps there is still moisture there, or maybe it has shorted something else which is why ya gotta dry it out completely.