1. OrangeBuddah's Avatar
    my sis' ipod touch got drenched when her place caught major fire is there no hope? we haven't tried turning the unit on...can i try to dry? she's feeling so bad, i hope i can help her even just a little by trying to do anything i can for her. And how do i know when it's just no use even for repair? any help would be great guys. thanks so much in advance.
    2008-04-13 11:57 AM
  2. deck's Avatar
    personally i would leave it out to dry on its own for a day or two then turn it on
    Trying is the first step to failure
    2008-04-13 12:33 PM
  3. kid_tw1st's Avatar
    if you have an airing cupboard or something thats constantly warm and dry, leave it in there for a day or so.
    2008-04-13 04:34 PM
  4. iFilipino's Avatar
    If you are going to get it repaired to Apple, it will cost you some big money, $150 to be exact. Look down your headphone jack, if it is red down there, then you have some big a-- water damage. Good luck.
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    2008-04-13 09:27 PM
  5. Tomer's Avatar
    r u really concerned more about the ipod then the place
    let it dry
    2008-04-13 09:30 PM
  6. iFilipino's Avatar
    However, I am telling him ahead of time about the consequences of getting the iPod wet.
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    2008-04-13 09:34 PM
  7. BreakTheChains's Avatar
    Just give it time to dry. If it doesn't turn on the battery might be dead now. Wouldn't warranty protect against something like that? It's protected by accidental damage right? And it getting wet while a fire is being put out isn't really doing it on purpose I guess. I figure they would at least repair it as a courtesy or something because of all the other damage to the building and stuff.
    2008-04-14 04:49 AM
  8. iFilipino's Avatar
    If it gets wet, no. I went to the Apple Store and I had to pay to get my iPod replaced. $150 man...
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    2008-04-14 11:41 PM
  9. Mars478's Avatar
    SOOO did it revive???
    iPhone 4, Yellow Custom Glass, 32GB, 4.3.3, non-working home button. And a prototype iPhone 4 White.
    Main Computer:MacBook Unibody Plastic, 2.26GHZ, 4GB RAM, 250x2GB, Red glowing Apple.
    Water Damaged iPhone? Don't throw it away; iPhone Motherboard washing tutorial!!! (PM me I will do it for you)
    2008-04-15 10:10 PM
  10. iFilipino's Avatar
    Probably, he'll post back if there's problems...that's what I would do.
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    2008-04-16 12:25 AM