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I would send the phone to a company that is qualified to clean the oxidation off of the components and replace any that may be shortedshorted, oxidated or otherwise damaged.
I would send the phone to a company that is qualified to clean the oxidation off of the components and replace any that may be shortedshorted, oxidated or otherwise damaged.
 
The reason that I suggest that route rather than just order a screen is so that you don't throw money into the phone without knowing what is going on. Opening the phone and looking around is a good first step. The logic board needs to be removed and cleaned. Most of the water damage that I have seen is on the backside of the logic board. This is because most of us set the phone down screen side up. This causes the water that did get into the phone to go to the lowest spot, the backside of the components.
 
Disassemble, inspect, replace bad components, clean, re-assemble. Most shops that can do component level repair and data recovery will have a screen to verify whether or not yours is damaged.

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Postagem original de: Mike ,

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I would send the phone to a company that is qualified to clean the oxidation off of the components and replace any that may be shorted.

The reason that I suggest that route rather than just order a screen is so that you don't throw money into the phone without knowing what is going on.  Opening the phone and looking around is a good first step.  The logic board needs to be removed and cleaned.  Most of the water damage that I have seen is on the backside of the logic board.  This is because most of us set the phone down screen side up.  This causes the water that did get into the phone to go to the lowest spot, the backside of the components.

Disassemble,  inspect, replace bad components, clean, re-assemble.  Most shops that can do component level repair and data recovery will have a screen to verify whether or not yours is damaged.

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