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Old 02-20-2009, 12:30   #1 (permalink)
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How are you guys dealing with water damage?

was just curiouse to how anyone else was dealing with water damage's
ive been useing sonic wash then trying to handsets out with compressed air all though it has a reasonable success rate, was ondering if there was another step i could take or if anyone else is doing it differently
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we also used ultrasonic and its solution...

sometimes we used other chemicals and brush...we just simply brush the phone and use the hot-air for drying it...

if the cellphones does not work, we soak it into chemicals for several hours and then once again try to brush it and dry...

if it doesnt power ON, we used to try to fix it in to its software...
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It depends a lot how damage the phone became after water drop! I use all the methods descrive above ,but it depends how fully battery was, if *******r try to charge or switch on the phone........
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