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-The first thing that I would suggest is that you follow this [http://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage|general guide] on how to deal with water damage. The heating up is possibly your battery. You do want to change that one as well. After you followed the guide, reevaluate and see what works. [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPad_Wi-Fi#deviceGuides|Here] are the guides for your iPad and they should help with the disassembly. The problem with just letting it dry will be corrosion. You can also download the Apple Technician Guide [http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/3317378/ipad-w-3g-pdf-december-1-2011-9-37-am-8-0-meg?da=y|from here.] Not quite as good as the guides from ifixit, but it may have some useful information for you as well.
+The first thing that I would suggest is that you follow this [http://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage|general guide] on how to deal with water damage. The heating up is possibly your battery. You do want to change that one as well. After you followed the guide, reevaluate and see what works. [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPad_Wi-Fi#deviceGuides|Here] are the guides for your iPad and they should help with the disassembly. The problem with just letting it dry will be corrosion. The reason why it is faint, is caused by the backlight. I do not think the iPad has a 6R8 coil, even so you could look for it. I suspect it uses an IC similar the iPhone 4.You can also download the Apple Technician Guide [http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/3317378/ipad-w-3g-pdf-december-1-2011-9-37-am-8-0-meg?da=y|from here.] Not quite as good as the guides from ifixit, but it may have some useful information for you as well.

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The first thing that I would suggest is that you follow this [http://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage|general guide] on how to deal with water damage. The heating up is possibly your battery. You do want to change that one as well. After you followed the guide, reevaluate and see what works. [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPad_Wi-Fi#deviceGuides|Here] are the guides for your iPad and they should help with the disassembly. The problem with just letting it dry will be corrosion. You can also download the Apple Technician Guide [http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/3317378/ipad-w-3g-pdf-december-1-2011-9-37-am-8-0-meg?da=y|from here.] Not quite as good as the guides from ifixit, but it may have some useful information for you as well.

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