1 customer had a BCN router in a ba*t under a few feet of water during a
flood a couple of years back.
They pulled all the boards out, washed them off in distilled water, checked
for problems like sediment, and then put it back together. It all worked
(not sure about the long term reliability though).
At the time we thought that they were asking for a miracle, but even the
PSUs still worked.
Try it - after you check whether the insurance covers you for it, act of
god, whether this voids the warranty etc etc.
Stephen Hope - remove xx from address.
> What has been the groups experience in light to moderate water damage
> situations? If a card, in a static/bubble bag and box were to be
> exposed to water, once or repeatedly, what would be the appropriate
> measures to take? How do you determine if any damage has occured or to
> what extent damage has set in? Please email direct for expediancy.
> Thank you.
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