My Acer Liquid got wet with sea water. I didn't notice that right the moment, but after an hour it made a couple of vibrations and the screen doesn't turn on. Connected to power and nothing happens, no led lights and it does just nothing. Trying to turn it on doesn't give any result. Is it gone forever? Can I try anything? Can I make it repair?
Even though this may not be the place to ask this question, you deserve some help with this one. First,
DON'T ATTEMPT TO APPLY ANY POWER
If this doesn't work, there's a few more things to try, but chances are you're out of luck :/
IF YOU WISH TO BE EXTREME
Note, I have a friend that has done this successfully several times, and even though it sounds scary, it has worked for many people:
This process should clean the inside of your phone and hopefully remove any salinity, and should not harm the phone as long as there is no power applied to the device, i.e. the battery
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You can try drying it out by putting it in some uncooked rice for a couple of days. (Take the battery out.)
Most likely, though, you're hosed. Unless you bought an extended protection plan, you should probably expect to pay full price for a new phone.
It sounds like you're screwed at this point.
However, this is what you should do if you happen to drop an electronic device in salt-water: