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[* icon_note] If you phone was fully submerged for any amount of time, it is likely some of the internal components [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsDpALKQjUQ&feature=youtu.be&t=3m44s|corroded|new_window=true]. Corrosion looks like a white, chalky film covering pins and connectors, andmetallic surfaces, and is especially prevalent on thosepins and connectors that carry current. Corrosion dissolves metals and will cause malfunctions in your phone.
[* icon_note] If you phone was fully submerged for any amount of time, it is likely some of the internal components [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsDpALKQjUQ&feature=youtu.be&t=3m44s|corroded|new_window=true]. Corrosion looks like a white, chalky film covering pins and connectors, andmetallic surfaces, and is especially prevalent on thosepins and connectors that carry current. Corrosion dissolves metals and will cause malfunctions in your phone.
[* black] Inspect the logic board and any connectors for [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/6RvY2lghPrJKoVZf|signs of corrosion|new_window=true], especially in areas where the LCIs are red.
[* black] Check any external ports (charging port, headphone jack, SIM card slot, etc.) for corrosion as well. These may have to be cleaned out with alcohol and a brush, or replaced if cleaning is not practical.
[* black] If all LCIs are white, and there is no moisture or corrosion, leave the phone disassembled in a warm, dry place for a day or two to make sure any potentially trapped liquid evaporates, then reassemble the phone.
[* black] If any LCIs are red, there is corrosion or other liquid residue, the phone fell into dirty/acidic/sticky liquid, or you just want to be safe, continue for more thorough cleaning.