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Water inside my iphone screen?

Water inside my iphone screen? Topic: Cracked phone case screens
June 26, 2019 / By Winifred
Question: ok soo i cracked my iphone 4s and so i was fine with all that and stuff, but then i water tested my lifeproof case again and i guess somehow i didnt get all the water out of it? so when i put it back on i guess some water got in the crack and now i cant touch the screen in a lot of places. any suggestions?
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Sharron Sharron | 2 days ago
Submerged yr phone in uncooked rice for atleast 24 hrs or silica gel packets (best water absorbent ).. It sucks all water in yr phone..
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Sharron Originally Answered: Water inside my iphone screen?
Submerged yr phone in uncooked rice for atleast 24 hrs or silica gel packets (best water absorbent ).. It sucks all water in yr phone..
Sharron Originally Answered: Water inside my iphone screen?
For secure practices applications, turn it off, then get rid of each and each of the factors (basically those you comprehend the thank you to place back) make it dry yet do no longer use a dryer use something that would suck the water no longer push the water inner, then make all the flaws dry on a bag of uncooked rice. It absorbs the remainder moistures.

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For secure practices applications, turn it off, then get rid of each and each of the factors (basically those you comprehend the thank you to place back) make it dry yet do no longer use a dryer use something that would suck the water no longer push the water inner, then make all the flaws dry on a bag of uncooked rice. It absorbs the remainder moistures.
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Marcelyn Marcelyn
its a easy way if you lave tubelight in your home look at that there will be a big rectangular box on it ................ just turn off your iphone and turn on the tubelight and keep the iphone on the top of the rectangular box for 3 or 4 hours all the water will be disappeared ............ me too didi the same thing when my mobile fell on water you to try it out
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Marcelyn Originally Answered: Should i put pond water in my aquarium to speed water cycling?
No, don't add pond water. Only put dechlorinated tap water, water prepared for freshwater tanks, or water from an established aquarium. But, adding water from an established aquarium won't do anything to speed up cycling. Beneficial bacteria doesn't live in water; it lives in filter media, on decorations, in substrate, on some plants. The only thing that will help you speed up your cycle is by adding filter media or a bunch of gravel from an established aquarium. Note that bacteria must remain moist with dechlorinated water or else it will die. It will also slowly die if it stops receiving ammonia or immediately die if it comes in contact with tap water. So getting a dried up filter cartridge or a filter cartridge that sat in water without a presence of ammonia for some time isn't going to supply the bacteria to your tank. You may be able to get a hold of some established media from a running tank if you know anyone else who has a fish tank. Ask your LFS maybe. You can add what are called bacteria boosters, such as StressZyme or Safe Start, but these haven't been proven to actually boost the beneficial bacterial growth in a tank. Some people believe they work, some others don't. Your call to spend the money on them or not. I don't know of any actual live bacteria sold in stores currently, but if there is one then it will have a very short shelf life and need to be kept at a certain temperature through refrigeration. If a bottle sitting on a store shelf claims to have live bacteria in it, it doesn't. By the way, I hope you know, that clown loaches are extremely social, sensitive, and active fish (not to mention, although they grow very slow, they also grow BIG). Even for tiny clown loaches a 10 gallon just isn't enough, and keeping one alone is cruel. Even if you got it just one buddy it will be happier until you can upgrade your tank to get it a proper environment and school. You'll also want to make sure he doesn't have skinny disease which is found in many clown loaches purchased, he won't live very long if he has it. Just letting you know in case you didn't already! Since loaches are sensitive, you'll need to keep a close eye on your water parameters while the tank is cycling, with a liquid test kit. You may (and most likely will) find yourself performing larger daily water changes in order to keep the levels of ammonia and nitrite as safe as possible. Eventually it will cycle but it may take a while. Good luck cycling your tank, and I really hope you'll do the right thing for your lone clown loach and get him a larger tank and some buddies.

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