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Saviour

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Okay so here is my problem, I have had some liquid spilled on my DSi. There is no permanent damage but, there is a small water blur on both screens. I can press a finger on the screen, and I see the water moving slightly. Is there any way without paying $75 for repairs I can fix this?

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SonicMaster

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not that I know of, unless you wanna open it up. Which is a BAD idea. So, $75 it is. :P Sorry.

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Saviour

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I think I am gonna go with Hair Dryer first.

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James

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My DSi was dropped in the toilet once - true story - so I wrapped it in towels, kept it in my airing cupboard and let it air out for a few days and it now works like a charm.

Good luck!

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Aviator

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James Newton wrote:

My DSi was dropped in the toilet once - true story - so I wrapped it in towels, kept it in my airing cupboard and let it air out for a few days and it now works like a charm.

Good luck!

Was their anything else in the toilet, apart from toilet water.

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James

6. Posted:

Don't be disgusting.

I am not ignoring you. I just do not post much.

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theblackdragon

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Aviator wrote:

James+Newton wrote:

My DSi was dropped in the toilet once - true story - so I wrapped it in towels, kept it in my airing cupboard and let it air out for a few days and it now works like a charm.

Good luck!

Was their anything else in the toilet, apart from toilet water.

it wouldn't be much of a story if his DSi hadn't been in the water too.

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Saviour

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James Newton wrote:

My DSi was dropped in the toilet once - true story - so I wrapped it in towels, kept it in my airing cupboard and let it air out for a few days and it now works like a charm.

Good luck!

Thanks I will try that, funny thing is, mine was dropped in a toilet (water only) .

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OldBoy

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Put it in a bowl of dry uncooked rice and the rice will absorb the water eventually.Took a couple of days with my pod.
The legendary Chicken Brutus gave me this tip for when my missus put my iPod in the washing machine and it worked a treat.

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DannyBoyTheDude

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Luigi78 wrote:

Put it in a bowl of dry uncooked rice and the rice will absorb the water eventually.Took a couple of days with my pod.
The legendary Chicken Brutus gave me this tip for when my missus put my iPod in the washing machine and it worked a treat.

Same thing happened to me with a chinese PMP I had once, I spilled water on it and then left it in rice in a plastic container for a day or two and it worked fine.

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Saviour

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I tried the rice, the only affect was my DSi was working again. another problem I JUST encountered is that after a long period of time for being on, the screens get black.

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