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Repairing iPhone Liquid Damage Repair
Refer to the iPhone [[Topic:iPhone|repair guides]] for instructions on disassembly ofdisassembling your particular iPhone. You may need a soft brush, isopropyl alcohol, and a container that is large enough to submerge your phone's logic board in alcohol. The cleaning steps may require several repetitions to achieve a good result. These cleaning suggestions may not restore your phone to working order, but once you have eliminated any liquid and cleaned away any corrosion or debris you may be able to determine if any parts need to be replaced. For more information consult the [[Electronics Water Damage|Electronics Water Damage]] page.
To reassemble your device refer to the iPhone [[Family:iPhone|repair guides]] for your particular phone.

After repeated cleaning, this example phone needed connectors 1, 2, and 3 replaced on the logic board, a new LCD, and digitizer. Corrosion on the cable ends and connectors could not be adequately removed. All other functions worked and this iPhone is now back in working order. Good luck. Hopefully this guide demonstrates that liquid damage to your iPhone isn't always obvious or visible and that disassembly and cleaning may benefit some phones exposed to liquid.
This guide will help assess damage done to an iPhone that has been submerged or splashed with a liquid, while suggesting techniques to prevent further internal damage and corrosion.