Electronic appliances and water do not mix. As for mobile phones, because they are often everywhere close to their owners, permanent lifeless members, they often end up with what water is accessible – swimming pool, red sea, bathtub or even floating in a toilet like so much flotsam. When this type of immersion occurs, bad features usually occur on the device. Then, if you see water drops under the LCD screen, the first instinct of many owners is to … pray – especially if the damaged mobile phone is expensive.
It does not even have to be immersed in water to harm water. If it only increases, such as being out in the rain, it can be done as inactive if it was dropped by a boat in the blue green Pacific near Marianna Trench.
It worsens; It does not even have to appear wet. Curse of the point – slightly fluid-damaged indicators – sometimes referred to as "sensors from hell" – can change color – indicating damage to water when the unit appears to be dry. These indicators of fluid accidents, singles that are located inside the battery compartment and often inside the phone may change in color if exposed to perspiration, vapor, high moisture or condensation. However, it will be enough to invalidate the manufacturer's warranty if the color does not change again.
The nightmare is increased if water damage occurs on the mobile phone, a common problem and consumers try to get the case fixed. Most mobile phone companies avoid water-damaged cell phones or cellular phones with incorrect dots, as they were a wicked witch from Oz, afraid of their own smelting, but there are exceptions. If consumers are persistent enough, a phone repair company that is making a water damaged phone – or can decide to get a recalcitrant dot to keep the right color – can be found.
Source by Jeff Gasner