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Matt when people send there laptops off for repaire when they have spilt drinks on them and they still fire up but all the keys are sticky what do you think we do with them.
Strip and clean every single key? Lol lol.
I'm not getting dragged into one of your silly little arguments where you only have a slight idea of what your going on about and therefore you must be right and everyone else must be wrong.
I will pm and deal with you later as I've a lot more important stuff to do right now.
You are talking now about when a machine fires up, whereas before you said don't turn it on.
If you and others think a broken pc with water damage can be fixed by submerging in distilled water - that's fine if keeps you happy.
I standy by advice as saying don't do it. Its up to other posters to decide what to do.
As you mention, maybe not with an ipod.
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I searched for the water thing and a few people say do it to clean a few things and most say don't go near the stupid idea!!!!
Not one professioanl IT person says use water to fix electrics - THEY DO NOT MIX.
I have to say not that I am for or against the idea but our laptop had the misfortunebof sitting in a box of water underneath a leak in the roof - long story in itself but we took it to be repaired and it still works apart from a few patches of water damage on the screen!
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Thanks everyone (I think....) Have had the ipod in a bowl of rice for a few days. I've just connected it up and it's telling me that it's connected but it's flickering like mad. Think I'll put it in rice for a bit longer and see how we go. Thanks again all!
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You could always try this crowd:
I dropped my phone in the surf, it was water logged with sand under the key pad and they fixed it. Cost me $100 but they'll do a free quote so you don't have to commit to anything before you know the cost.