1. GrannieAnnie44's Avatar
    My one week old iPad air two was in a cloth bag on my car seat and somehow or other I toppled my coffee cup that contained cream as well onto it, although the bag was dry, the seat was wet. when I went to use my iPad later I noticed there was no sound. when I increase the sound it opened up the headphone info. somehow or other coffee, no more then an eighth of a teaspoon, was evident between the back of the iPad and the clear cover in the middle of it nowhere near the headphone jack so I'm not exactly sure why my sound is not working I checked everything. when I plug the headphones in I can hear everything -- I take it out I hear nothing. what can I do?

    Everything else is working just fine.
    11-27-2015 09:28 PM
  2. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    Welcome to iMore! Generally speaking, a small amount of moisture shouldn't hurt it but it really depends on whether or not your coffee was able to penetrate the iPad's internal components. This might sound silly but are you sure you don't have it on mute or have the volume turned down?
    11-28-2015 06:37 AM
  3. GrannieAnnie44's Avatar
    It's all good now. Just let it dry out and no, the mute was not on LOL
    11-29-2015 05:35 PM
  4. phreddyl's Avatar
    It's all good now. Just let it dry out and no, the mute was not on LOL
    That's great news
    11-29-2015 05:58 PM

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