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  1. electro_man

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    :lease: Help I acidentally dropped my av amps remote control into some water.It was only in the water for a couple of seconds. I shook off the water and tried the remote, only a couple of functions seem to work on it. So i've now taken the remote apart and am letting it dry out. Will it work once its dry? and how long should i let it dry out? any advice would be much appreciated
     
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    Maybe it will be ok...

    Maybe not...

    If you are in a hurry for it to dry out use a hairdryer. I've used a hairdryer on a few pcbs and it's been a great help :)

    Steff
     
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    thanks for the tip i'd really like to try the hair dryer but i don't have one I guess i'm going to have to let it dry out naturally.
     
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    i've got the remote to work although i didn't use a hair dryer i used my computer fan!!!! :thumbsup:
     
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    i've got the remote to work although i didn't use a hair dryer i used my computer fan!!!! :thumbsup:
     

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