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A similar misfortune can happen to anyone, and with some it happened more than once. Someone drops their mobile phone into the sink or toilet bowl, someone washes it with clothes, and someone just spills some liquid on it.
Does the device not turn on? Do not rush to get upset, you can try to bring him back to life. Nobody gives guarantees, but why not try it?
1. Switch off the phone. This is exactly what should be done right away with the device pulled out of the water. The fact is that the breakdown of the device is not due to the destruction of moisture, but to short circuits that appear due to it. Under no circumstances should you shake the phone, because the liquid can penetrate even deeper. If the battery can be removed from the phone, then this should be done as soon as possible. If it is not removable, then you should at least turn off the power. If it was turned off when it entered the device, do not try to turn it on for testing. It takes a couple of days to bring the phone back to normal, get ready to go without this device for a while.
2. Disassembly. Anything that can be superficially unscrewed and unscrewed on the device must be removed. It can be a back cover, SIM card, plugs. Only the main thing here is not to overdo it, otherwise the phone will be disassembled to the cogs, and then it will not be assembled. It is important to understand that a wet apparatus requires as many holes as possible to dry.
3. Drying. It is good if you have a vacuum cleaner with a nozzle in the form of a narrow tip at hand. It can be used to try to remove the maximum amount of moisture from a wet apparatus. It is best to vacuum each accessible hole for at least five minutes. As a last resort, you can also use a hairdryer to dry. However, it is important to remember that the air stream must be cold, because the warm stream can simply melt the parts. So in this case it is better to use a vacuum cleaner.
4. Drying. This step will require the affected device to dry. To do this, it is better to put the phone in a container with rice. The secret is simple - this cereal absorbs moisture well. The main thing here is to be patient and leave the device in this state for at least two days. If after that some traces of moisture remain on the phone (it may be a fogged-up screen), then you can wait another day. If the device looks normal, then you can try to turn it on.
If these steps were done correctly and in the correct sequence, then the chances are high that the phone will work as if nothing had happened.