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i washed my iphone, and suggestions on how to get it to work?
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If you're serious about having washed your iPhone, you'll just have to let it dry out and hope that it works. What ever possessed you to wash your iPhone? Electronic devices and water do not mix. You may be looking at having to buy a new iPhone.
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Don't laugh buy a bag of rice and slip the phone in it within 48Hrs the rice will draw the moisture out.
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Hopefully the rice method works for you. If I were you I'd start looking at buying a new device
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rice method will definitely work
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