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29th June 2014, 02:34 AM |#11  
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Mate, my black dot was a little smaller and my phone was in the fridge for two days. It totally dissappeared after fridge thing! Just use plastic bag and put it inside without battery and battery cover, just phone itself!

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30th June 2014, 03:19 PM |#12  
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Mate, my black dot was a little smaller and my phone was in the fridge for two days. It totally dissappeared after fridge thing! Just use plastic bag and put it inside without battery and battery cover, just phone itself!

Good luck!

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Okay maybe i put it the wrong way. I put myn in the deep freezer with the screen facing up. How dd you put yours

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Okay maybe i put it the wrong way. I put myn in the deep freezer with the screen facing up. How dd you put yours

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Mine was in the fridge for two days. I told you, nothing special, just use plastic bag and I don't think it does matter how have you put your screen. I think, it doesen't matter is it facing up or down.
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