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Re: how do you fix a water damage psp

Jan 14, 2008
Try to call sony see what 1(800)345-SONY.

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Re: how do you fix a water damage psp

Jan 14, 2008
More water.
We are tired of waiting for god damn playstation home
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Re: how do you fix a water damage psp

Jan 14, 2008
Let your PSP dry out. Do not fire it up until it is dry. Take the battery out, shake the surplus water out of it, and leave it in a warm place for a couple of days. Do not put it in a microwave or any form of heating device.
When it's totally dry you should be fine.

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Re: Re: how do you fix a water damage psp

Jan 14, 2008
yeah just wait. i dropped my fone in the water plenty of times and it still works.
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socom headsets.... wrote:
yeah just wait. i dropped my fone in the water plenty of times and it still works.

I hate to ask.......but why do you keep dropping your phone in water? 

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Re: how do you fix a water damage psp

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dude me to my husband brought me one for chrimas n i knocked over the water now no more psp :-(

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Re: how do you fix a water damage psp

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For everyone who suggested an oven, it's probably safer to use the little packs of silica gel that come packaged with all kinds of stuff. It's those little packages that say "SILICA GEL DO NOT EAT". When the gel packs get saturated with water, you can put those in an oven to release the trapped moisture to be reused.

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