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If you ever find that you have to deal with a wet device, don't just abandon it. Instead, try the following method to repair the water damage:
DO NOT TURN IT ON! Take it apart as much as you can. Take out the battery, the memory card and whatever else can be easily disassembled. (Just make sure you can put it back together.) Store the parts in an air-tight container covered with either dry rice, silica gel packets or kitty litter. These will absorb the moisture from your electronics device, leaving it water-free. If no rice, gel packets or kitty litter are available, try using a vacuum to **** the water out. DO NOT blow-dry the parts, it will only force the water farther in and cause more damage. Please take time to rate me thumbs up.
This is a really common problem that most people send hundreds when they can fix it themselves. Power off your washer, put it on its side. Your going to see four to six silver bolts with hex heads located in the center holding in a plastic device known as the filter assembly. Remove the screws and find any hair inside the assembly. Remove the hair and put the screws back in. Even the smallest amount of hair inside the filter/drain assembly will cause this problem. PRESS AND HOLD POWER BUTTON TO RESET THE ERROR CODES
This is a really common problem that most people send hundreds when they can fix it themselves. Power off your washer, put it on its side. Your going to see four to six silver bolts with hex heads located in the center holding in a plastic device known as the filter assembly. Remove the screws and find any hair inside the assembly. Remove the hair and put the screws back in. Even the smallest amount of hair inside the filter/drain assembly will cause this problem.
Do not panic please. DISCONNECT THE KEYBOARD FROM THE PC. Use your hair dryer without heat. If you use heat you will toast the electronics inside. Use the dryer for about half an hour intermittently and then crossing your fingers connect the keyboard and power on the PC.
First off I can tell you the water valve coils are probably cooked / burned out. With POWER OFF / unit unplugged you can remove one wire from each of the coils and check for resistance across the coils. No resistance = open coil = no fill. NO FILL = no agitate because the water level pressure switch is trying to sense the water level that never rises. If there is no water then there will be no agitation.
If you really want to see if it will agitate in it's current condition you can fill the unit with a garden hose on a low level water setting and fill it a little over half way to see if it will agitate. (You will have to remove the hose and close the lid)
If that works then the water vavle would be the culprit causing your condition. The wire wound in the coil windings of the water valve is smaller in thickness than a human hair and would easily fail if 220VAC was put across a 110V winding.
Any device that gets wet may be ruined easily. It is very important that water doesn't touch the battery. unscrew the back and open it up, remove the battery and wipe it down. Prop it up in front of a hair dryer that is on cool setting (DO NOT USE HOT SETTING) for an hour or so and then put it together and try again. I've done this with mp3 players and cell phones after dropping them in puddles, showers, my washing machine, and even a tub of teriyaki sauce once and as long as the battery is completely dry and the back is completely dry when you put it back together you will be alright. You can also put the device in the freezer for a while and that should condense the water and help dry it out a bit.
There's really no way to fix something like this.Only thing you can try is to get a hair dryer and blow the air through the buttons or cord connection.Other than that it would be better to buy a new one.
well what i try is disassamble as much as possible, then using a hair drier dyry it, not too hot, you do not want to melt anything. depending on how fay you can take it apart will depend on the drying time. many electroncs will need to be replaced after being dropped into water. you got lucky it's not salt water. after drying it, let it sit for a day or so. DO NOT plugg in power because if there is any water left inside it will short out the electronics damageing the unit.