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Bruce Wayne May 30, 2014 06:07AM PDT

So my idiot friend left my G-Boom outside and it stormed for a bit, the thing was soaking wet and still played but now, the only chance I had to further inspect, it doesn't play any sound and it is flashing a red LED, is this the sign of a blown capicator? Did something shortwire on the circuit board? What could it mean? I miss my damn G-Boom so much :( Please tell me how to fix it.

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G-Project Support May 30, 2014 11:49AM PDT G-PROJECT Agent
Hey Bruce,

Sorry to hear about your G-BOOM. With it being left out in the rain for a while there is no telling what got damaged and how badly. Unlike out G-GO, the G-BOOM is not water-resistant and it sounds like it may be ruined. Unfortunately we do not sell replacement electronic parts and the limited warranty does not cover water damage.

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