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    Default water damaged iphone 6 restores but won't turn on

    I got this iphone with water damage. I opened it and sprayed the MB with dry contact cleaner. After reassembling it turned on and the only thing that was not working was the gyroscope, so I disassembled again and tried some more dry contact cleaning, now it does not turn on. The screen remains on the empty battery, it was 100% charged. Any clue?

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    yes. put it in a bowl of rice to absorb humidity

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    There is no humidity

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    Solved: it was the battery

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    Guys, rice does not work... It will absorb such a small amount of moisture that it doesn't even count. Best way to fix water damaged Phone is to open it up and put motherboard in ultrasonic cleaner...
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    Sure it does.....

    wet-phone-fix-rice-funny.jpg
    Please DO NOT PM me asking for help.

    Post in the forum, that is what it is here for.

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    unplug battery.... use spray eletronic special to remove humidity...

 

 

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