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Partially Submerged in water
 
Remove batteries immediately, externally dry the equipment and get it into a repair center urgently. Delays could cause the equipment to be rendered uneconomical to repair. If a service center is more than 24 hours away try to dry the equipment (not the oven) in a moisture free environment.
 
Totally Submerged in water
 
As above - Remove batteries immediately, externally dry the equipment and get it into a repair center urgently. Delays could cause the equipment to be rendered uneconomical to repair. If a service center is more than 24 hours away try to dry the equipment (not the oven) in a moisture free environment.
 
If your equipment has sustained salt water damage. You will need to wash the unit out in fresh water or put it in a bucket of fresh water with a small amount of dishwashing detergent to stop the corrosion forming and help remove the salt. Leave it in the fresh water and bring it to your nearest service center urgently.
 
    After clean and repair

     Mud damaged in a mine                     It cleaned up ok 
 
Rain damaged equipment 
 
You can use a hairdryer to dry the water from the equipment or bring it in to us a.s.a.p for dismantling and cleaning.   
 
Water proof equipment
 
Needs to be maintained or it will leak. You need to make sure the o-rings/seals are clean and free of grit or fluff
 
Important: There is no guarantee on any repairs carried out on water damaged equipment.
 
 
water damaged  Corrision to a top cover 
      Water in the LCD                            Internal corrosion
 
 
 
        Corrosion on the lug