iPhone 5c Water Damage Diagnostic


  • Product Code: ITSKU3949
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £24.90

Does your iPhone 5C have water damage? Maybe you have spilled a drink on your new iPhone, or did you drop it in the bath? We will clean the iPhone 5C and attempt to restore back to full working order. Our iPhone 5C water damage repair service, includes an ultrasonic cleansing bath this allows us to clean the liquid damaged iPhone 5C if suffering with board level oxidisation, corrosion or maybe sticky liquid having dried or evaporated leaving a conductive residue on the iPhone 5C logic board.

We have a very high success rate with iPhone 5C water damage repairs. If we can repair your water damaged iPhone 5C without replacing the complete logic board or screen this is all you will pay to restore your water damaged iPhone back to health.

What to do if your iPhone 5C gets wet? Just follow these steps, firstly switch the iPhone 5C off, do NOT turn the phone back on once the iPhone 5C is switched off now place the iPhone 5C inside a bag filled with rice, the rice is used to absorb the moisture inside the iPhone 5C. Then order this service and send the device into us we will repair and return to you.

Price includes fitting, parts and fully insured return shipping in the UK.

Important Information:
* Our normal repair turnaround times are 3 - 5 working days. We always aim to complete repairs as fast as possible.

This fee is non refundable if the unit is not repairable.

This is an in-house Apple iPhone 5c repair service, when ordering this service you are required to ship your iPhone into our repair centre for works to be undertaken. You will be sent shipping details once your order has been processed.

My iPhone 5c has water damage how much to repair plus tax. ( Dee Wilson, 01/03/2016 )
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( Nathan Dickman, 02/03/2016 )