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[Q] if water damages my z2?

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hmmmm, think i should try getting in touch with sony for this one
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My Xz2 did have water damage last 2 weeks.
When i going to beach, i try to take some video.
At 1st is all normal and is ok.
Then i go to the pool.. then i wash it with the pipe water...
after finish.....suddenly restart....i dunno wat happen...after tat....
can turn it on.... only vibrate 3 times....
And is dry after 2 days....

Then yesterday i go test again.... try to put into normal water for 1 min, just 1 min....
water damage again

Both time my flaps also close tight. I really dunno how the water went in....
now i need to wait for it to dry again
I got shake it a bit, got some water come out inside.....

Now i got no choice to wait it dry....then format it n bring to SONY.
I cant bring directly now, as my phone is root.....
scare later they say no claim as after root....

Or i can still claim my warranty even i root? since now cant turn on....they wont know, is it?
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