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LG LC500 through washer and dryer

Hello, last night I accidentally left my phone in my pocket when I put it in the laundry basket and it went through the washer and dryer, is there any chance it could work? What should I do?

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Re: telephone through washer and dryer

In reply to: LG LC500 through washer and dryer

Well, you're the only one who can try. If it works, you're lucky. If it doesn't work any more, send it to a cell phone repair business.

Kees

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phone

In reply to: LG LC500 through washer and dryer

If the phone cannot be fixed, you have a very expensive paperweight. I do wish you good luck but I am not too optimistic the phone is savable.

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Well...

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Hopefully you didn't turn it on to see if it was dead!

Best chance is to remove the battery and bury it in uncooked white rice for about 3 days to remove moisture.

Good luck!

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little late to the party

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Your advice might have been more useful 2 years ago when the original post was written.

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