05-25-2019 07:50 AM
My brother had a karma grip and he dropped it in a lake last year. I've been looking around for some possible ways to fix it, though I know now that it's pretty much impossible. Instead, I've tried shopping around for replacement parts, and I found another battery/handle thing online for pretty cheap, but is the handle really the problem? I don't want to spend extra money for another part that might not even be the problem. So if I were to replace the battery handle, would it make the grip work again? Or does the stabilizer part experience problems with water damage too?
05-25-2019 08:17 PM
@toughflame45013, the parts of the Karma Grip (handle, stabilizer, harness) are not waterproof.
After it got water damaged, have you tried powering it on (with devices completely dry)? If the Karma Handle boots up and the battery status LED lights up, then it can indicate that there's no issue with the Handle. However, if the Karma Stabilizer doesn't start to spin when you power the Karma Grip ON, this potentially means that the Stabilizer is damaged.
05-28-2019 01:16 AM