Bangkok Flooding 2011: repairing flooded electronics

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Earlier on this afternoon, NBT interviewed Professor Veera from Pathumwan University on what to do if your electronics have disappeared unde...

Earlier on this afternoon, NBT interviewed Professor Veera from Pathumwan University on what to do if your electronics have disappeared under water, and how to get it to work again.

By Karn G. Bulsuk

Link: Read more on the 2011 Bangkok Floods
If your house has been flooded and your electronic devices submerged, all hope may not be lost and you may still be able to use your electronic devices again.

Needless to say, you should unplug all electronic devices and turn off the main switch in the event of flood. Once the flood waters have receeded, do not plug in to test it: besides frying the electronics you may also end up killing yourself in the process.

Ajarn Veera mentioned that Pathumwan Unviersity students were willing to help people with flooded electronics to function again for no cost. They will first have to clean it up, and then dry it by placing it in an industrial grade oven to make sure that there is no remaining water to short circuit the boards. He recommended against trying to do it yourself, considering the risks associated with damaged electronics.

You can contact his people at 08-1438-8486 or 06-6888-4210. If you're an English speaker, you may want to get a Thai friend to help you communicate.

Stay safe people.

Link: Read more on the 2011 Bangkok Floods

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