Water Damage Repair

 


If your mobile phone has been damaged by water or any other liquid, you'll want to find out fast if it can be repaired. Here at Wintech, we're phone repair specialists. We Perform Component Level Repair, remove corrosion & debries for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, LG, Motorola, HTC. Cell phones and water: Not a good mix. Yet as phones become more and more a part of our everyday lives, it seems like we keep coming up with new and creative ways to damage them. A dip in the pool, perhaps? Or an unexpected trip into some salty water at the beach? I actually have a friend who unknowingly floated around the Dead Sea with a phone in her pocket. Then, of course, there’s that other famous body of water phones just can’t seem to stay away from — the toilet bowl. No matter where you drop it, it’s never a happy moment when your phone first learns to swim. But try not to panic. Just because your phone got wet doesn’t mean it’s gone for good. Follow these steps and you have a pretty decent shot at bringing it back to life. Take your phone out of the water. NOW. This should be pretty self-explanatory, but the longer your phone spends submerged, the greater chance there is of water seeping into open ports and really mucking things up. But just because you accidentally spent the entire day at the beach with your phone in your pocket doesn’t mean it can’t be revived. There’s still hope. Just less. Don’t press any buttons. I know it seems tempting, but pressing a button on your phone can let any residual moisture seep through, increasing your risk of damage.Galaxy S4 Active Dry the outside of the phone off. Quick. Grab some paper towels. Reach for the ShamWow. Roll a bunch of toilet paper into a ball or take the shirt off your back. Basically, do whatever you need to do to dry the phone off as thoroughly as possible. Remove the internal components. If your phone has a removable pack banel, take it off. Grab the battery, your SIM card, and/or your microSD card and dry them off completely. After all, even if you can’t save your phone, hopefully you’ll be able to save some of the valuable information you had stored inside. Place the components on a dry paper towel and put them off to the side. Give it a few shakes. There still might be some water hiding in the headphone jack or beneath any physical keys. Gently shake the phone to dispel as much of it as you can. Stick it in some rice.