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Current version by: Sam Lionheart (vote details) ,

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Look for visible signs that coke has gotten through.  Perhaps there will be a spot that has a slightly different color or appearance than the stuff that is right around it.  You could smell it to see if you smell a coke smell.

Some phones have a dot that changes colors when it gets wet.  The cell phone company can check the color of the dot to see if the device ever got wet.

But the main thing is, does the unit work ok?  That's the only way you will really know.

It sounds like you lucked out this time around, because you would already see operational problems if there was liquid damage.

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Edit by: iRobot ,

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Look for visible signs that coke has gotten through.  Perhaps there will be a spot that has a slightly different color or appearance than the stuff that is right around it.  You could smell it to see if you smell a coke smell.

Some phones have a dot that changes colors when it gets wet.  The cell phone company can check the color of the dot to see if the device ever got wet.

But the main thing is, does the unit work ok?  That's the only way you will really know.

It sounds like you lucked out this time around, because you would already see operational problems if there was liquid damage.

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Original post by: MrJimPhelps ,

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Look for visible signs that coke has gotten through.  Perhaps there will be a spot that has a slightly different color or appearance than the stuff that is right around it.  You could smell it to see if you smell a coke smell.

Some phones have a dot that changes colors when it gets wet.  The cell phone company can check the color of the dot to see if the device ever got wet.

But the main thing is, does the unit work ok?  That's the only way you will really know.

It sounds like you lucked out this time around, because you would already see operational problems if there was liquid damage.

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