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tablet in water

Posted 14 September 2015 - 03:37 PM (#1) User is offline   hacr 

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I dropped my tablet in water just about an inch Is there any hope or do i have to by new one can it be referbished
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Posted 15 September 2015 - 10:53 AM (#2) User is offline   wizz 

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Usually when that happens it can short and fry components ....... certainly the battery will be a gonner :sad:

You need somewhere hot ( and dry, of course ! ) airing cupboard or above the hot water cylinder, if you have one.

Leave it for a couple of weeks wrapped in a towel, and then take it to a tablet/phone repair centre.

They should have a spare battery to try to jumpstart it back into life. If that is sucessful, you have a relatively resonable cost effective repair.

If it's not sucessful, then it is probably the end of the road for your Tab, at which point the purchase of a new one would be the cheapest option .....
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Posted 13 March 2017 - 08:57 PM (#3) User is offline   Danieljack 

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The most suitable solution is to use a towel that will absorb the excess liquid on each of the shelf parts. You will then have to put your device in an upright position so that the last drops can escape naturally.


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