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I spilled water on my blue snowball ice what do i do?

I spilled Water on my blue snowball ice and i don't know what to do can you help me???

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11 minutes ago, TW rblx said:

I spilled Water on my blue snowball ice and i don't know what to do can you help me???

Let it dry out and then see if it works?

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2 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

Let it dry out and then see if it works?

Thank you but how long????

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electronics actually don't hate water.

 

Electricity hates water.  

If you let it FULLY DRY OUT.  You've got a very solid chance it'll survive.

(If it was powered when you spilled?  Well, that's just making it a roll of the dice.)

Stick it in front of a fan and let the air dry it out.

 

How long?  At least 36-48 hours.  If there are any panels you can open up?  That'll help.

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Just now, TW rblx said:

Thank you but how long????

about a day maybe two.

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ok

Just now, President Dawson Wehage said:

about a day maybe two.

 

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Would it be safe to test the mic if not please tell me

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4 minutes ago, TW rblx said:

Would it be safe to test the mic if not please tell me

Wait around a day then test it out, worst that could happen is that it stops working

geometry is hard
b550 > x570

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3 minutes ago, TW rblx said:

Would it be safe to test the mic if not please tell me

not until you've given it time to dry out.  You can't have electricity and water in the same place.  That lets out the magic blue smoke.

 

Also:  don't make more junk threads less than 20 minutes apart, this is still part of the old thread.

 

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Put it in rice.

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Threads merged. Please continue discussions in the existing threads rather than making a new post. If you make a new post the people reading it won't be able to see the previous discussion and what has already been suggested to help.

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So i think it only spilled on the back of the snowball

 

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13 minutes ago, SirWendall said:

Put it in rice.

Don't put it in rice.  There is rice dust that can get into the component.

 

Rice absorbs water, yes.  Air drying does the same thing.

 

Leave it alone for a couple days, or put it in the path of moving air to help it.  

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