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    Robb4248
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    Alright guys, I have recently looked EVERYWHERE for a cure for those wet cell phones, and have found a pretty good soloution!

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    Re: SOL on that wet cell phone? You'd think so, NOT ANY MORE!

    125 degrees for 5 hours??? hahahahahaha
    wow...i would definately NOT try this.
    stick to the hair dryer!
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    Re: SOL on that wet cell phone? You'd think so, NOT ANY MORE!

    Uh, apparently you are calling a motorola and nokia engineer wrong after it was attempted and worked?
    Last edited by X-Factor; 07-16-2006 at 02:36 PM.



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    Re: SOL on that wet cell phone? You'd think so, NOT ANY MORE!

    Quote Originally Posted by teamneon
    125 degrees for 5 hours??? hahahahahaha
    wow...i would definately NOT try this.
    stick to the hair dryer!
    When you think about it, 125 degrees isnt that hot, your body temp is around 98 degrees, and im sure you wouldnt think twice about holding your phone for an extended period of time. 5 hours does seem like alot of time tho.



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    Re: SOL on that wet cell phone? You'd think so, NOT ANY MORE!

    I kinda felt that way too, but If you have worked with Silicon boards and electronics as long as I have, it takes a lot of heat to melt it. Soldering is about 400*F, and it doesn't harm the board.



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    Re: SOL on that wet cell phone? You'd think so, NOT ANY MORE!

    I dropped mine in a toilet on a plane (bluejuice)
    I took the battery out for a few days and it started working (after I bouhgt a new one)
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    Re: SOL on that wet cell phone? You'd think so, NOT ANY MORE!

    wow...i didnt think i deserved a negative rep for that...ill shutup from now on
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    Re: SOL on that wet cell phone? You'd think so, NOT ANY MORE!

    Nice chart Robb. At least it will give some other people a solution other than complaining and asking "what should I do?...should I file a complaint to [service provider] because they won't fix my phone?" Hopefully they will see the sticky...

    Also, what about mud? Is it possible to use the salt water guide? Oh well, I'll try it out myself.



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    Re: SOL on that wet cell phone? You'd think so, NOT ANY MORE!

    It saw the sticky lol. Thanks for the positive comment. Well, mud... I don't think that would kill it unless it was really sloppy... try to do the normal water routine



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    Re: SOL on that wet cell phone? You'd think so, NOT ANY MORE!

    I sent my nokia 3320 through the washing machine a while back, I set it out to dry for 5 or 6 days and it still didnt work. That was about a month ago do you think that this will still work, or am I stuck with my samsung?



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