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Vacuum Pressure Test?

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Vacuum Pressure Test?

So I've been going around the forum, exploring and I keep seeing this phrase 'vacuum pressure test'. Can someone explain to me in detail what exactly it is and how it works?

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Re: Vacuum Pressure Test?

this is just a non technical explanation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0LMyT_mIbg

 

note that this is not the test itself, but somehow manages to touch on the essense of how it determinines that the device is still waterproof.

 

if you like to know more please contact your local service center http://support.sonymobile.com/global-en/contactUs/



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DISCLAIMER: If this doesn't work for you for whatever reason, I cannot take responsibility, as there are likely many other factors that can lead to water damage. One of Sony's biggest marketing assets with the Xperia line of phones is that they are waterproof and IP68 compliant, however this has ...