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当前版本: Andrew Optimus Goldheart ,

标题:

Why does water damage ruin electronics?

文本:

Forgive me if this is a stupid question, but I don't understand how water damages logic boards. I got a water damaged iPod, and I've cleaned off all the connectors and resoldered the joints, but it still doesn't work. Can anyone give me a technical reason, such as resistors, shorts, processor problems, corrosion, and so forth, as to how water actually ruins devices? And can you submerge a disconnected and unpowered logic board, pull it out and connect it when it's dry, and shouldn't it work?

设备:

iPod Touch 4th Generation'Generation
iPod Touch 4th Generation'Generation

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open

已接受的回答:

119994

编辑: Andrew Optimus Goldheart ,

标题:

Why does water damage ruin electronics?

文本:

Forgive me if this is a stupid question, but I don't understand how water damages logic boards. I got a water damaged iPod, and I've cleaned off all the connectors and resoldered the joints, but it still doesn't work. Can anyone give me a technical reason, such as resistors, shorts, processor problems, corrosion, and so forth, as to how water actually ruins devices? And can you submerge a disconnected and unpowered logic board, pull it out and connect it when it's dry, and shouldn't it work?

设备:

ipod touch 4iPod Touch 4th Generation'
ipod touch 4iPod Touch 4th Generation'

状态:

open

已接受的回答:

119994

编辑: fryarludwig ,

标题:

Why does water damage ruin electronics?

文本:

Forgive me if this is a stupid question, but I don't understand how water damages logic boards. I got a water damaged iPod, and I've cleaned off all the connectors and resoldered the joints, but it still doesn't work. Can anyone give me a technical reason, such as resistors, shorts, processor problems, corrosion, and so forth, as to how water actually ruins devices? And can you submerge a disconnected and unpowered logic board, pull it out and connect it when it's dry, and shouldn't it work?

设备:

ipod touch 4

状态:

open

已接受的回答:

119994

原帖由: fryarludwig ,

标题:

Why does water damage ruin electronics?

文本:

Forgive me if this is a stupid question, but I don't understand how water damages logic boards. I got a water damaged iPod, and I've cleaned off all the connectors and resoldered the joints, but it still doesn't work. Can anyone give me a technical reason, such as resistors, shorts, processor problems, corrosion, and so forth, as to how water actually ruins devices? And can you submerge a disconnected and unpowered logic board, pull it out and connect it when it's dry, and shouldn't it work?

设备:

ipod touch 4

状态:

open