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Old 09-02-2008, 04:11 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Larry Gever View Post
Thanks for responding. Have you heard of the green light staying on after water exposure? I'll gladly wait a week, or longer, and not disassemble, if I know that the green light will go off eventually. A tech at Verizon thought it might be a "short" causing the light, which she said would be permanent and not be repairable.
Yes, it is quite possible that you shorted a circuit and it could be foretelling of other issues to come. If you were using when there was still condensation under the screen it is likely that the unit was not properly dried internally. I would pull the battery and give it a few more days to see if the issue resolved. If not you can try turning the coverage indicator off to see if you can at least get it to go out.

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