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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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take a look at some of the other answers with the tags [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Tag/liquid%20spill|liquid spill] and [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Tag/water%20damage|water damage].

step one is to let it dry out for at least '''several days''' before assessing what might be dead/damaged, it will likely take much longer than 12 hours. be patient and '''don't plug it in'' or charge it for a while. it will help to dismantle it to let it dry out. in the other answers you will also see a tip to store in a container of uncooked rice to absorb the moisture.

sometimes drying things out for many days will at least show some life or in best case it may work again. my old cellphone went through the wash and appeared completely dead, until I left it to dry in disassembled state for 4-5 days, then it worked perfectly again. good luck

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Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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take a look at some of the other answers with the tags [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Tag/liquid%20spill|liquid spill] and [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Tag/water%20damage|water damage].

step one is to let it dry out for at least '''several days''' before assessing what might be dead/damaged, it will likely take much longer than 12 hours. be patient and '''don't plug it in'' or charge it for a while. it will help to dismantle it to let it dry out. in the other answers you will also see a tip to store in a container of uncooked rice to absorb the moisture.

sometimes drying things out for many days will at least show some life or in best case it may work again. my old cellphone went through the wash and appeared completely dead, until I left it to dry in disassembled state for 4-5 days, then it worked perfectly again. good luck

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Editado por: Sterling Hirsh ,

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take a look at some of the other answers with the tags [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Tag/liquid%20spill|liquid spill] and [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Tag/water%20damage|water damage].
-step one is to let it dry out for at least a '''several days''' before assessing what might be dead/damaged, it will likely take much longer than 12 hours. be patient and DON'T plug it in or charge it for a while. it will help to dismantle it to let it dry out. in the other answers you will also see a tip to store in a container of uncooked rice to absorb the moisture.
+step one is to let it dry out for at least '''several days''' before assessing what might be dead/damaged, it will likely take much longer than 12 hours. be patient and '''don't plug it in'' or charge it for a while. it will help to dismantle it to let it dry out. in the other answers you will also see a tip to store in a container of uncooked rice to absorb the moisture.
sometimes drying things out for many days will at least show some life or in best case it may work again. my old cellphone went through the wash and appeared completely dead, until I left it to dry in disassembled state for 4-5 days, then it worked perfectly again. good luck

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Editado por: bac ,

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take a look at some of the other answers with the tags [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Tag/liquid%20spill|liquid spill] and [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Tag/water%20damage|water damage].
step one is to let it dry out for at least a '''several days''' before assessing what might be dead/damaged, it will likely take much longer than 12 hours. be patient and DON'T plug it in or charge it for a while. it will help to dismantle it to let it dry out. in the other answers you will also see a tip to store in a container of uncooked rice to absorb the moisture.
-sometimes drying things out for many days will at least show some life or in best case it may work again. my old cellphone went through the wash and appeared completely dead, until I left it to dry in disassembled state for 4-5 days, then it worked perfectly again.
+sometimes drying things out for many days will at least show some life or in best case it may work again. my old cellphone went through the wash and appeared completely dead, until I left it to dry in disassembled state for 4-5 days, then it worked perfectly again. good luck

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Aporte original por: bac ,

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take a look at some of the other answers with the tags [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Tag/liquid%20spill|liquid spill] and [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Tag/water%20damage|water damage].

step one is to let it dry out for at least a '''several days''' before assessing what might be dead/damaged, it will likely take much longer than 12 hours. be patient and DON'T plug it in or charge it for a while. it will help to dismantle it to let it dry out. in the other answers you will also see a tip to store in a container of uncooked rice to absorb the moisture.

sometimes drying things out for many days will at least show some life or in best case it may work again. my old cellphone went through the wash and appeared completely dead, until I left it to dry in disassembled state for 4-5 days, then it worked perfectly again.

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