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    Damp Phone

    Somehow dropped my phone into a small puddle in the footwell of my friends car, there was a couple of drips on the keypad, and i believe a little bit of this might have got into the phone... you reckon placing it on the radiator on top of a cloth, minus the battery of course, will dry it out? as the 0 button only occaisionally works, the rest of the phones functions are fine?

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    That's always worked for me. Worth a try eh?

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    haha i suppose, just wondered what damage it could have really done... 2,5,8 and 0 were broken yesterday, but today only 0, ahh joys of having a mate with an old car!

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    Steal the car and burn it. For being evil and breaking you phone.
    Bit harsh but the car has to learn its lesson lol
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    Hey atleast MOTing your car should be a lot simpler than MOTing your EX. Replacing a worn out bush on a car is far easier.



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    haha yeah its an old mini, so i'm willing to let it be... new one, and it'd be gone! muahaha

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