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vanish172, even so "10 feet deep but was fished out right away." I suggest that you clean it. It really does not matter how much water exposure it had, or how long the exposure was. what matters is which part was exposed. A "mixture of rice and packets of silica gel" are a great first aid, but they will not prevent corrosion. Disassemble your phone [guide|7283|use this guide], and clean every part, connector and cable with 90%+ isopropyl alcohol. Make sure that you remove any EMI shield. Use a soft brush to clean the connectors and cable ends properly. Check for missing or burned components. Once it is cleaned, '''replace the battery'''. After that, reassemble your phone and re-evaluate. Until you know for sure that it is clean, any answer will most likely be a guess only. Hope this helps, good luck
vanish172, even so "10 feet deep but was fished out right away." I suggest that you clean it. It really does not matter how much water exposure it had, or how long the exposure was. what matters is which part was exposed. A "mixture of rice and packets of silica gel" are a great first aid, but they will not prevent corrosion. Disassemble your phone [guide|7283|use this guide], and clean every part, connector and cable with 90%+ isopropyl alcohol. Make sure that you remove any EMI shield. Use a soft brush to clean the connectors and cable ends properly. Check for missing or burned components. Once it is cleaned, '''replace the battery'''. After that, reassemble your phone and re-evaluate. Until you know for sure that it is clean, any answer will most likely be a guess only. Hope this helps, good luck
 
== Update ==
 
here are a few items you want to check as well. I hate to refer to those as fuses, but they most certainly control part of the charging circuit. First one is reference designator L3, it is a FERR-120-OHM-1.5A inductor. L4, right below it , has the identical value. Next would be the charger inductor L28 2.2UH-1.8A-155MOHM. All of these are pretty much available at mouser. com or digikey.com. Hope this helps, good luck.
 
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, even so "10 feet deep but was fished out right away." I suggest that you clean it. It really does not matter how much water exposure it had, or how long the exposure was. what matters is which part was exposed. A "mixture of rice and packets of silica gel" are a great first aid, but they will not prevent corrosion. Disassemble your phone [guide|7283|use this guide], and clean every part, connector and cable with 90%+ isopropyl alcohol. Make sure that you remove any EMI shield. Use a soft brush to clean the connectors and cable ends properly. Check for missing or burned components. Once it is cleaned, '''replace the battery'''. After that, reassemble your phone and re-evaluate. Until you know for sure that it is clean, any answer will most likely be a guess only. Hope this helps, good luck
 
== Update ==
here are a few items you want to check as well. I hate to refer to those as fuses, but they most certainly control part of the charging circuit. First one is reference designator L3, it is a FERR-120-OHM-1.5A inductor. L4, right below it , has the identical value. Next would be the charger inductor L28 2.2UH-1.8A-155MOHM. All of these are pretty much available at mouser. com or digikey.com. Hope this helps, good luck.
 
[image|257861|align=center]
 
[image|257862|align=center]
 
[image|257865|align=center]

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, even so "10 feet deep but was fished out right away."  I suggest that you clean it. It really does not matter how much water exposure it had, or how long the exposure was. what matters is which part was exposed. A "mixture of rice and packets of silica gel" are a great first aid, but they will not prevent corrosion. Disassemble your phone [guide|7283|use this guide], and clean every part, connector and cable with 90%+ isopropyl alcohol. Make sure that you remove any EMI shield. Use a soft brush to clean the connectors and cable ends properly. Check for missing or burned components. Once it is cleaned, '''replace the battery'''. After that, reassemble your phone and re-evaluate. Until you know for sure that it is clean, any answer will most likely be a guess only. Hope this helps, good luck

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