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FYI about putting your phone in water...

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12th April 2014, 06:24 PM   |  #11  
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Water test on day one? You're brave. VZW won't replace if there's water damage. I had the Casio Commando, that was built to be waterproof, that somehow got water damage, and they wouldn't replace it.

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I have the full equipment insurance. It should cover anything. I've always wanted a waterproof phone. Had to try it.
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I'll do that later. Phone is 100% again. I was worried. Speaker sounded like crap.

I figured once it dried it would be OK. Just think how water droplets would affect a tight piece of plastic the is reverberating (speaker). Not good.
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