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Praise the almighty, my Jolla C managed to boot after taking the dive into the unholy waters!

I'm cautiously optimistic, but I guess the next few days will show if there's any unapparent damage.
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It (water) may take up to weeks/months to show its damage ...
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It (water) may take up to weeks/months to show its damage ...
This sounds like a doctor telling a cancer patient she might have weeks or few months to live.

I'll try to enjoy the time I have with my Jolla C, and hope that she pulls through. Pray for her? I christen her toilet-diver.
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Oookayy. I did not need to read through all the pages in this topic, but for some reason I did. Time to log off now, I guess.

I do hope that Toilet-Diver pulls through and we get our christmass miracle.

Happy Xmas and Holidays to everyone!
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Good news everyone. It seems like Toilet-Diver survived its diving adventure!
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Good news everyone. It seems like Toilet-Diver survived its diving adventure!
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Good news everyone. It seems like Toilet-Diver survived its diving adventure!
Glad to hear it. I hope it's in permanent remission from immersion effects.

Funny story: on Saturday my sister says to me, "Guess what happened to my phone . . ." and I respond, "It fell in the toilet?" and she asks, "How'd you guess?"

BTW, in regards to cleaning stuff with alcohol: In the US at least, the product sold in hardware stores as "denatured alcohol" is ethanol with little or no water mixed in (just a tiny bit of poison!!), whereas "isopropyl alcohol" (or rubbing alcohol) as it's sold in drug stores is mixed about 3:1 with H2O (and of course the poison, because taxes or morality . . .) for use as a sanitizer and wound cleaner. So for cleaning hardware instead of skin, denatured alcohol is preferable since it evaporates much more quickly. (And I see wikipedia tells me that in the UK, rubbing alcohol is more commonly known as "surgical spirit".)
 

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In the UK, or at least the parts that I frequent, isopropyl alcohol is commonly known as "IPA"

(Not to be confused with the other IPA.)
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