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Old September 9th, 2011, 11:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, so I did a test on my defy and just dropped it in some water and took it out and it was fine. I left it for a day or so and there was some mist on the side of the screen, I turned it on and now the whole screen is misted!


Anyway on how to get rid of it (so it won't come back) or will I need to take it back?

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Put it in a bowl of rice, it might deal with the condensation.

Yeah I would take it back for a replacement, don't think it's meant to do that, sure it's touted as being waterproof / shockproof, but it's still no JCB phone. I think it's waterproof rating was downgraded slightly because of varying quality / fit of the seals, esp. at the USB port.

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have been happily dunking their phones in pools with no ill effects, personally I wouldn't do it. It's better than most phones but not ruggedized like a JCB phone.
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