Katana- Submerged in water for less than 2 minutes
It was submerged in a hot tub for less than two minutes, i immediatly took the battery out and dried it in the sun. It turns on now and vibrates and everything but the keypad will not work and i also can not recieve incoming calls. What do i do?
Re: Katana- Submerged in water for less than 2 minutes
Dang, that is not good the keypad is waterdamaged for good. Take it into a store and have them run a diagnostic on the phone itself. As far as the incoming calls you should still be able to receive those... that is weird actually I would call in for that. Hope that helps :)
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There are many differences between the two of them in the way they run but the main difference is the in-line water pumps run outside of water and stay dry the whole process and submerged water pumps run underwater usually in the sump of your filter.
If your H2O mop will not steam:
1. Ensure you have followed the operating instructions.
2. Ensure you have followed the troubleshooting instructions.
If the unit fails to produce steam:
3. Switch off the power at the outlet.
4. Look at the water reservoir. Inside you will see a flexible tube with a cone on the end. Tilt the unit or give it a gentle shake to submerge the cone in water.
5. With the cone submerged, switch on the power supply and follow the normal instructions. The unit should produce steam as normal.
Note: Unless the cone is submerged in water, the unit will not steam.
First of all you should get (or have gotten) the battery out as soon as possible. You could try shaking excess water out of it. You should then put it in rice to draw all the moisture out of the camera. This may take a couple of days, maybe exchange with more dry rice after first day. When you are relatively sure all moisture is gone try reinstalling the battery. I will guess that you will only have a 20% chance of it ever working again.
i personally wouldn't risk further damage by taking it apart to try and dry it off. one trick i use and it may seem silly but does work is to soak it in uncooked rice for a few hours the rice will pull out the water after some time and can help the device work. If the device had been submerged or soaked for any substantial amount of time with the battery in it, it may be a lost cause fyi.
If the pump is only pumping for a few seconds at a time it may be a problem with the control board. On two of mine, the 10mf 100v smd capacitor came loose. Resoldered and potted with hot melt glue. One of them is working with the other yet to be tested. Don't recall what the exact symptoms were, only that it wasn't continuously pumping water while submerged.
Unit is oil filled so should be dismantled in the upright position.
when the camera falls in the water, only the power supply would have got bad, just take it to the manufacture, he will replace the power unit, it will work as good as the new one,, thank you,, plz rate me
If the phone was still on while it got submerged, then you may be out of luck. Had it been off when it was submerged, using the rice trick might have worked. I would try removing the battery, and drying it out some more, but the damage may have already been done. Sorry!
you can take the battery and the back off the device and place in completely submerged in a bag of white rice and leave it in there for 1 to 2 days this will help absorb the moisture, this should fix it if the water did not damage the circut boards if the water damaged the circut boards then the device is fried