• The first step is to distinguish if this may be occurring due to water damage. First step is to look at the battery and see if the water indicator (red or blue) has been activated. If so, continue on to the next step.

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  • Take the Motorola V750 Adventure and remove the battery from the phone.

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  • Using a blow dryer, blow warm air on both the battery and the remainder of the device for about three minutes.

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  • Retrieve two zip lock bags. Using either salt or rice, deposit two cups of either salt or rice into both of the zip lock bags

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  • Take both parts of the Motorola Adventure V750 and place the battery in one bag, and then the other half of the device in another bag.

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  • Take both bags and close them so they are air tight. Place both the bags in a dark, dry spot for about a week. Make sure to be patient because evaporating moisture is a very dry process.

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  • Wait one week. Retrieve the bags. Open the bags and reconnect the battery with the body of the Motorola Adventure V750. Though the moisture indicator may still say the battery is wet, connect the battery back to the device and continue to turn on the phone.

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  • If problem still exists, consider purchasing new battery and installing it with the old device.

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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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