Fixing a soggy mistake

Subject: General Tech | January 19, 2006 - 11:57 AM |

MAKE:Blog has posted a link to a very handy How To guide, one on fixing electronics after they've gotten soaked, and get to dry on their own, leaving all sorts of interesting mineral deposits everywhere.  If this has happened to you, you will appreciate the info, and if it hasn't ... read up, it will happen eventually.

"a how to on cleaning equipment that has water damage - ...I noticed the white calcium rings on

the box and on the transformer, something had been dripping into it. Apparently it had rained

quiet hard a couple of days earlier and water had dropped in from the balcony through a crack in

the concrete and dropped down on the Linksys."

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