What are the chances that if my fiance took her iPhone 4 that has at least 1 water sensor tripped that they might not check that at the apple store? Everything works fine on her phone except a few things (which i have found a few things online about that have happened to people for no reason, and they've gotten their phones replaced) And they aren't very big things either. Her text tones don't seem to work. Ringtones are fine, and the speakers and microphone are all fine, but for some reason the text tones don't work (seems like a software issue?). The home button now requires a very firm push in order for it to register, but it still works. And her volume buttons don't turn up and down the volume. if she presses them it just had the bell come up with the caption "ringer" above it, but no grid on the volume level comes up and they don't actually change the volume level. The home button is fine to work with, just a little annoying. However the volume buttons is a pain and the text tones not working is well kind of weird. i'm going to try and do a restore on her phone tomorrow. Just in case that doesn't work, do you think if we took it into an apple store that they wouldn't check the water sensors if we didn't mention she got it wet? Also only ONE of the two sensors is tripped (the one in the 30 pin connector slot) Finally i just want to be sure of what it may cost to get it replaced. Its not under applecare+ or the original applecare. Will it only cost the $200, or $250 that i've seen on some other threads for a refurb? Or is she going to possibly have to pay full price for a brand new phone. Any helpful comments are appreciated! Thanks!