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Current version by: Chris Cline ,

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When your phone got into the water the battery contacts shorted out and destroyed the battery. You can get a new battery[product|IF137-002|new battery] from iFixit (iFixit Part No. IF137-002-1) and install it yourself. This will usually correct the problem, but there is a slight chance that the logic board is damaged. I would first get the battery, and if that does not work then you would have to get another logic board for your iPhone.
When your phone got into the water the battery contacts shorted out and destroyed the battery. You can get a new battery[product|IF137-002|new battery] from iFixit (iFixit Part No. IF137-002-1) and install it yourself. This will usually correct the problem, but there is a slight chance that the logic board is damaged. I would first get the battery, and if that does not work then you would have to get another logic board for your iPhone.

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Original post by: No Name ,

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When your phone got into the water the battery contacts shorted out and destroyed the battery. You can get a new battery from iFixit (iFixit Part No. IF137-002-1) and install it yourself. This will usually correct the problem, but there is a slight chance that the logic board is damaged. I would first get the battery, and if that does not work then you would have to get another logic board for your iPhone.

Status:

open