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  Reply # 482253 17-Jun-2011 15:59
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I installed Java on (in) an old Windows mobile phone a few years back by (accidentally) dropping it in a cup of coffee. An uninstall by running it under the cold tap and leaving it in a warm dry place for a couple of days pretty much did the trick, although one of the buttons was a bit dodgy after that. On the plus side, it did have an attactive smell for a while after...




Things are LookingUp....  A photo from my back yard :-)
http://www.astrophotogallery.org/u141-rodm.html 




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  Reply # 482406 17-Jun-2011 23:33
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kiwitrc:
SteveON: iso Alcohol is the best way to dry it out...


+1 Isopropyl Alcohol wont hurt the unit. I think Chemists will sell it but you might need ID as there is some issue (P Lab related I think)
Iso isn't a problem to get hold of, I'm a printer so cam get by the drum load. Just something I never thought of.



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  Reply # 485140 23-Jun-2011 19:27
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Bump
So can anyone recommend a repairer in the hutt valley/wellington area?

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