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-You need to do what Ben suggests and you need to clean all the internal components gently/carefully to remove anything the water has left behind (dirt/soap/calcium/copper, etc.) If you just dry the phone it may short/rust out later on. You can use distilled water/high % alcohol solution and soft brush. Use any guide for an iPhone 4, by the looks of things the concept is the same? [[Electronics Water Damage]], this a 3g but it shows the residue/damage likely if you don't clean. [guide|5825]
+You need to do what Ben suggests and you need to clean all the internal components gently/carefully to remove anything the water has left behind (dirt/soap/calcium/copper, etc.) If you just dry the phone it may short/rust out later on. You can use distilled water/high % alcohol solution and soft brush. Use any guide for an iPhone 4, by the looks of things the concept is the same? [[Electronics Water Damage]], this a 3G but it shows the residue/damage likely if you don't clean. [guide|5825]
I'd also suggest getting a new battery. They just don't tend to like water and once you have a known working power source then troubleshooting will be easier. Good luck and let us know how you get on .

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Editado por: Kristen Gismondi ,

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-You need to do what Ben suggests and you need to clean all the internal components gently/carefully to remove anything the water has left behind (dirt/soap/calcium/copper, etc.) If you just dry the phone it may short/rust out later on. You can use distilled water/high % alcohol solution and soft brush. Use any guide for an iPhone 4, by the looks of things the concept is the same?http://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage, this a 3g but it shows the residue/damage likely if you don't clean. [guide|5825]
+You need to do what Ben suggests and you need to clean all the internal components gently/carefully to remove anything the water has left behind (dirt/soap/calcium/copper, etc.) If you just dry the phone it may short/rust out later on. You can use distilled water/high % alcohol solution and soft brush. Use any guide for an iPhone 4, by the looks of things the concept is the same? [[Electronics Water Damage]], this a 3g but it shows the residue/damage likely if you don't clean. [guide|5825]
I'd also suggest getting a new battery. They just don't tend to like water and once you have a known working power source then troubleshooting will be easier. Good luck and let us know how you get on .

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Editado por: Kristen Gismondi ,

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-you need to do what ben suggests and you need to clean all the internal components gently/carefully to remove anything the water has left behind.. dirt/soap/calcium/copper etc...if you just dry the phone it may short/rust out later on. You can use distilled water/high % alcohol solution and soft brush..use any guide for an iphone 4, by the looks of things the concept is the same?http://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage, this a 3g but it shows the residue/damage likely if you don't clean. [guide|5825]
+You need to do what Ben suggests and you need to clean all the internal components gently/carefully to remove anything the water has left behind (dirt/soap/calcium/copper, etc.) If you just dry the phone it may short/rust out later on. You can use distilled water/high % alcohol solution and soft brush. Use any guide for an iPhone 4, by the looks of things the concept is the same?http://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage, this a 3g but it shows the residue/damage likely if you don't clean. [guide|5825]
-I'd also suggest getting a new battery..they just don't tend to like water and once you have a known working power source then trouble shooting will be easier. good luck and let us know how you get on .
+I'd also suggest getting a new battery. They just don't tend to like water and once you have a known working power source then troubleshooting will be easier. Good luck and let us know how you get on .

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Mensagem original de: pollytintop ,

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you need to do what ben suggests and you need to clean all the internal components gently/carefully to remove anything the water has left behind.. dirt/soap/calcium/copper etc...if you just dry the phone it may short/rust out later on. You can use distilled water/high % alcohol solution and soft brush..use any guide for an iphone 4, by the looks of things the concept is the same?http://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage, this a 3g but it shows the residue/damage likely if you don't clean. [guide|5825]

I'd also suggest getting a new battery..they just don't tend to like water and once you have a known working power source then trouble shooting will be easier. good luck and let us know how you get on .

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