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By GethPrime, Recognized Contributor on 25th April 2014, 07:11 AM
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Hey everyone,
My Xperia Z1 Compact has been sent in to the repair center now because of a waterdamage caused by a leaking backcover / frame whick killed the camera button first and then the mainboard. All flaps and so were closed and no water got in that way. 2-3 weeks and I'll have my Z1 Compact again.

Anyone else who've been sending in their phones on warranty because of waterdamage? How did it go? Did they replace the phone or did they just repair it?

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25th April 2014, 12:48 PM |#2  
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Hey everyone,
My Xperia Z1 Compact has been sent in to the repair center now because of a waterdamage caused by a leaking backcover / frame whick killed the camera button first and then the mainboard. All flaps and so were closed and no water got in that way. 2-3 weeks and I'll have my Z1 Compact again.

Anyone else who've been sending in their phones on warranty because of waterdamage? How did it go? Did they replace the phone or did they just repair it?

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thats scarry. even if waterproof, i wont risk my z1c in the pool anytime. heard lots of storys about the z1c damaging itself with water even with flaps closed...
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thats scarry. even if waterproof, i wont risk my z1c in the pool anytime. heard lots of storys about the z1c damaging itself with water even with flaps closed...

Yes, I was terrified whem my phone broke as I've only had it for 2-3 weeks . I hope that they'll resolves it, otherwise I will just use my insurance.

And this phone, Xperia Arc S, drives me crazy as it's slow and sluggish.

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25th April 2014, 02:19 PM |#4  
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@OP,

I've been through a similar experience with yours ... more details here .. starting from #12.
Spoilers: happy ending ... at #28
25th April 2014, 05:44 PM |#5  
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well mine survived the pool, hot sun. used it more than 30 mins in wet conditions, ans 20 mins straight underwater on 2m depth.

2 weeks later, now, no issue at all.

just the sound bug in kitkat my alarm struggles to ring, but its funny
25th April 2014, 08:01 PM |#6  
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@OP,

I've been through a similar experience with yours ... more details here .. starting from #12.
Spoilers: happy ending ... at #28

Did your backcover sound weird when pressing down on it on 2 of the corners?

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25th April 2014, 11:17 PM |#7  
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Nope .. no sound. It is solid as a rock ...
26th April 2014, 11:30 PM |#8  
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Nope .. no sound. It is solid as a rock ...

Good, I miss my phone already

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Man, I don't even want to know how Sony is going to handle warranty claims based on water damage.
It's going to be a nightmare. At least in Germany, where mobile phone companies try a lot of things to avoid a warranty repair / exchange.
How will it be possible for the consumer (and Sony) to determine whether it was an open port or a valid claim....?
How are things going to play out if Sony claims that it was an open port - and I'm sure it wasn't.

Those are the concerns that make me keep my Z1c dry at the moment...

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Yoko
27th April 2014, 12:07 AM |#10  
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maybe replace it with a refurbished one

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