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Ray, there are many of those questions on here. What I would suggest you do is (Of course, now I make an assumption that this happened a while ago and that your phone is now dry.) take it apart following the instructions on here[guide|3143|here|new_window=true]. Clean the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+4+Logic+Board+Replacement/3143|logic board|new_window=true]logic board with isopropyl alcohol (personal preference) thepreference). The higher percentage you can get the better. Clean all the connectors and the boards of any corrosion and debris. I am also one that likes to replace[https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+4+Battery+Replacement/3141|replace the batterybattery|new_window=true] after water damage. Again, that is my preference and may not apply in your case, since it was not really submerged. Make sure that the dock connector is cleaned as well.Iwell. I prefer to use a toothpick, a steady hand, and a magnifier so as to not bend any of the contacts. The error itself does sound like it is originating from your dock connector. So before you clean, take a real close look at it. Check for bent pins and debris. After it is cleaned, let it dry. You may use a hairdryer on the lowest settings or just place it under a light, no excessive heat to dry it. Reassemble it and re-evaluate what errors, if any you have. Good Luck
Ray, there are many of those questions on here. What I would suggest you do is (Of course, now I make an assumption that this happened a while ago and that your phone is now dry.) take it apart following the instructions on here[guide|3143|here|new_window=true]. Clean the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+4+Logic+Board+Replacement/3143|logic board|new_window=true]logic board with isopropyl alcohol (personal preference) thepreference). The higher percentage you can get the better. Clean all the connectors and the boards of any corrosion and debris. I am also one that likes to replace[https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+4+Battery+Replacement/3141|replace the batterybattery|new_window=true] after water damage. Again, that is my preference and may not apply in your case, since it was not really submerged. Make sure that the dock connector is cleaned as well.Iwell. I prefer to use a toothpick, a steady hand, and a magnifier so as to not bend any of the contacts. The error itself does sound like it is originating from your dock connector. So before you clean, take a real close look at it. Check for bent pins and debris. After it is cleaned, let it dry. You may use a hairdryer on the lowest settings or just place it under a light, no excessive heat to dry it. Reassemble it and re-evaluate what errors, if any you have. Good Luck

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Ray, there are many of those questions on here. What I would suggest you do is (Of course, now I make an assumption that this happened a while ago and that your phone is now dry.) take it apart following the instructions on here. Clean the logic board[https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+4+Logic+Board+Replacement/3143|logic board|new_window=true] with isopropyl alcohol (personal preference)thepreference) the higher percentage you can get the better. Clean all the connectors and the boards of any corrosion and debris. I am also one that likes to replace the battery after water damage. Again, that is my preference and may not apply in your casecase, since it was not really submerged. Make sure that the dock connector is cleaned as well, Iwell.I prefer a toothpick, a steady hand, and a magnifier so as to not bend any of the contacts. The error itself does sound like it is originating from your dock connector. So before you clean, take a real close look at it. Check for already bendbent pins and debris. After itsit is cleaned, let it dry. You may use a hairdryer on the lowest settings or just place it under a light, no excessive heat to dry it. Reassemble it and re-evaluate what errors, if any you have. Good Luck
Ray, there are many of those questions on here. What I would suggest you do is (Of course, now I make an assumption that this happened a while ago and that your phone is now dry.) take it apart following the instructions on here. Clean the logic board[https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+4+Logic+Board+Replacement/3143|logic board|new_window=true] with isopropyl alcohol (personal preference)thepreference) the higher percentage you can get the better. Clean all the connectors and the boards of any corrosion and debris. I am also one that likes to replace the battery after water damage. Again, that is my preference and may not apply in your casecase, since it was not really submerged. Make sure that the dock connector is cleaned as well, Iwell.I prefer a toothpick, a steady hand, and a magnifier so as to not bend any of the contacts. The error itself does sound like it is originating from your dock connector. So before you clean, take a real close look at it. Check for already bendbent pins and debris. After itsit is cleaned, let it dry. You may use a hairdryer on the lowest settings or just place it under a light, no excessive heat to dry it. Reassemble it and re-evaluate what errors, if any you have. Good Luck

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Ray, there are many of those questions on here. What I would suggest you do is (of courseOf course, now I make an assumption that this happened a while ago and that your phone is now drydry.) take it apart following the instructions on here. Clean the logic board with isopropyl alcohol (personal preference)the higher percentage you can get the better. Clean all the connectors and the boards of any corrosion and debris. I am also one that likes to replace the battery after water damage. Again, that is my preference and may not apply in your case since it was not really submerged. Make sure that the dock connector is cleaned as well, I prefer a toothpick, a steady handhand, and a magnifyermagnifier so as to not bend any of the contacts. The error itself does sound like it is originating from your dock connector. So before you clean, take a real close look at it. Check for already bend pins and debris. After its is cleaned, let it dry. You may use a hairdryer on the lowest settings or just place it under a light, no excessive heat to dry it. Reassemble it and re-evaluate what errors, if any you have. Good Luck
Ray, there are many of those questions on here. What I would suggest you do is (of courseOf course, now I make an assumption that this happened a while ago and that your phone is now drydry.) take it apart following the instructions on here. Clean the logic board with isopropyl alcohol (personal preference)the higher percentage you can get the better. Clean all the connectors and the boards of any corrosion and debris. I am also one that likes to replace the battery after water damage. Again, that is my preference and may not apply in your case since it was not really submerged. Make sure that the dock connector is cleaned as well, I prefer a toothpick, a steady handhand, and a magnifyermagnifier so as to not bend any of the contacts. The error itself does sound like it is originating from your dock connector. So before you clean, take a real close look at it. Check for already bend pins and debris. After its is cleaned, let it dry. You may use a hairdryer on the lowest settings or just place it under a light, no excessive heat to dry it. Reassemble it and re-evaluate what errors, if any you have. Good Luck

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Ray, there are many of those questions on here. What I would suggest you do is (of course now I make an assumption that this happened a while ago and that your phone is now dry) take it apart following the instructions on here. Clean the logic board with isopropyl alcohol (personal preference)the higher percentage you can get the better. Clean all the connectors and the boards of any corrosion and debris. I am also one that likes to replace the battery after water damage. Again, that is my preference and may not apply in your case since it was not really submerged. Make sure that the dock connector is cleaned as well, I prefer a toothpick, a steady hand and a magnifyer so as to not bend any of the contacts. The error itself does sound like it is originating from your dock connector. So before you clean, take a real close look at it. Check for already bend pins and debris. After its is cleaned, let it dry. You may use a hairdryer on the lowest settings or just place it under a light, no excessive heat to dry it. Reassemble it and re-evaluate what errors, if any you have. Good Luck

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