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Nokia n70 my daughter got a hold of it I think spit got in to it so I let it dry for the couple of days and still no go when I turn it on but the camera light just keeps going on and off

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Disassemble phone and clean all board with alchool. it should work again

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Sometimes my phone screen become black


open your device and unplug LCD from board and clean dust on board with alcool, and after dried plug and close your device. this will solve your problem.

Jun 23, 2012 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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I droped my N70 in WATER...


remove battery, if not done already, let it dry, at least for days. drying faster, if you can open it somehow...

i hope fresh water, salt water means it will die whatever you try as the salt will destroy the circuit boards after some days.

Nov 25, 2010 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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MY n70 WILL NOT TURN ON AND I HAVE CHARGED IT FOR 2 DAYS NOW AND IT STILL WONT TURN ON ,I HAVE NEVER HAD A PROBLEM LIKE THIS.


may be your battery problem?and if battery is fine.then your power button might have been damaged.you can get it fixed in couple of bucks

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My Nokia N70 fell in water i removed it's battery and dried it quickly but now when i opened it. It is just showing white screen. Nothing else is visible no sound no vibration no display. i cannot turn it...


take a hair dryer and dry the phone till u feel it completly dried off may be then it will work as same problem was with my 6300 phone and its still working

Dec 16, 2008 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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lose it and find some sipirit and use it to wash it and find dry to dry it after these put it on.

Dec 06, 2008 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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Error in LoG


i got that a couple of days too, but it went away..

Dec 03, 2008 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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Nokia N70 Screen gets white blank


check your battery! i think you are using duplicate battery! put original battery to your mobile! again the problem came mean install new software and format your mobile

Jun 30, 2008 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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Nokia N70 doesn't display anything?


You have to open it up to dry it up with a hair dryer , there is still water inside the phone. Do not turn it on until you have dry up all the water other wise you will damage the phone. Good luck

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do a network settings check and see if thaht helps, if not try servicing the phone.

Feb 29, 2008 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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Nokia N70 fell in the toilet


To help drying out the phone, I suggest taking the phone apart. (i.e. battery, sim card, back cover, etc) putting it all into a container of rice, Use a container that you can put a lid on. Let the phone set in the rice for a couple of days. The uncooked rice will draw the moisture out of the equipment. This will dry it out, but whether or not it shorted the unit out is your next step.


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