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Ok, ok, I know how stupid it is, but have just realised my mobile was in myjacket pocket when I shoved it in the washing machine. It was on fast rinse when I realised..... (lots of swearing). I am hoping I havent lost all the numbers, and phone currently in a bag of rice. Anyone texting me.....sorry

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rowanblossom @ 15/12/2013 17:11  

If you have you numbers on the sim you will be ok if not think you lost them now

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JP @ 15/12/2013 17:23  

Hi JP, got most on it but hadnt saved all of em over...., nor had I downloaded my photos. Sim's ok though.

Not the end of world just irritated at myself.

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rowanblossom @ 15/12/2013 17:27  

oh dear get the hair dryer on it hun hope its ok.


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Deleted Member @ 15/12/2013 18:21  

Oh no RB.. I'd be gutted too I once dropped mine in a sink of water.. I took it all apart, got hair dryer on it, left it on a radiator over night, but it didn't work again


I've heard since, that the rice is supposed to work well.. as long as it's not egg friend rice!


Have you got an online account for your phone? You may be able to find your numbers there, if not like jp says, you've probably lost them all.

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Karey @ 15/12/2013 18:43  

I've heard of so many people recently dropped phones down the pan or otherwise got them wet that I think I really must now synchronise mine to a computer and start regularly backing things up.

Sorry you had to have it happen to remind me.

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izzyhill @ 15/12/2013 19:46  

Karey, where do you get your Chinese take away from? Egg friend rice???? I wouldn't eat there again if I were you! Lol

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Deleted Member @ 15/12/2013 19:47  

Hahaha Kev... well spotted .. and here's me thinking my canabalistic tendencies were going unnoticed


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Karey @ 15/12/2013 20:18  

Could've been worse Kaz It might have been Egg Fiend rice Sorry RB My commiserations for your sad loss

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Emzed @ 15/12/2013 20:24  

Ahhhhh Emz... that's the dessert




Soz RB don't mean to hijack your thread... hope you get it sorted








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Karey @ 15/12/2013 20:28  

@RB, oh matey...not the way forward.. soggy phones are not good, although its slightly better than my line manager who managed to drop her phone down the toilet...

She dried it out on radiator it took days but miraculously.. it came back to life ...although this was in the days of the Nokia half house bricks!!

((Hugs coming your way))

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Lindsay @ 15/12/2013 20:34  

Its buried in a bag of rice (neither friend no fiend lmao) next to radiator. Here' hoping......been told that someone who knows wot they are doing (obviosly not me) can get info off the memory, so once dry, will ask my 9 year old nephew

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rowanblossom @ 15/12/2013 20:57  

My daughter had dropped her Iphone into a puddle couple of weeks ago, put it in rice for a minimum of 3 days in a sealed container but it wouldn't charge. Took it to the shop and luckily it was just the charging unit that was broke. I have heard that instead of rice those sachets you find in new shoes or packaging to keep items dry work better than rice, have not tried it though

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Lynn1584 @ 15/12/2013 21:04  

Manically tittering!!!!

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Lindsay @ 15/12/2013 21:05  

It's called "silica gel"* Lynn and it's specifically placed within packaging to absorb any moisture that may arise due to condensation Stuff that is shipped by airfrieght is often subjected to "sub-zero" temperatures, which WILL give rise to condensation as they come back to local ambient conditions I always save them and have a nice stash now for "emergencies" I keep a few in my toolbox too * I'm sure it's available from good hardware stockists, maybe even out there on tinterweb

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Emzed @ 15/12/2013 21:31  

Or, just an excuse to buy new shoes ???


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izzyhill @ 15/12/2013 21:50  

phone dropped off a shelf into a tub of baked beans once, not as bad s fishing out a toilet I suspect

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teenybash @ 15/12/2013 23:43  

table salt is very good for soaking up the damp......


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Deleted Member @ 16/12/2013 01:47  

oooh I'm with Izzy....new shoes...maybe even a new handbag....mmmmm

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rowanblossom @ 16/12/2013 09:06  

Well the combination of rice and radiator worked. And everything is still there WOOP WOOP.


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rowanblossom @ 16/12/2013 09:48  

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