Unsure from your question whether your phone was water damaged recently or a year ago. If it was recent, take out the battery and place the phone inside a packet of uncooked dried rice. The rice with help pull any moisture from the phone and aid it drying out. Keep it in the rice for a few days. If you dropped your phone in water last year and you find your battery is no longer lasting how it should then there is a chance the battery is failing, telltale signs would be the fattening or swelling of the battery as the water Ingressed at the time of submersion mixes with the internal lithium structure of the battery making it expand from the inside. If this is the case then the battery is certainly going to need replacing as the chemistry of the battery has been diluted by the water, meaning the battery efficiency will be declining. Hopefully it's not an iPhone, as you cannot access or change out the battery without dismantling the unit and can be tricky for novices.
You may well need a newer version of the printer driver installing alongside your upgrade to Windows. Go to the HP website and search for your model of printer, download all the latest drivers (usually in the support section of the website) and see how you get on. I have had to do this myself with my Epsom printer after upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10. The latest driver was specifically designed for Windows 10, once I did this I was good to go again, best of luck!
The only thing with saying the finals have blown is that the original poster indicates the meter is still swinging over on tx but nobody hears him. If the finals had blown, I have never known a CB radio yet that still swings the meter on a key, the needle always stays dead or incredibly low once the outputs are shot. CB RADIO INFORMATION I would be concentrating on the antenna side of the equation, providing you even have one ?
Setting up your CB radio can be a little daunting for a new breaker but it is also very important to get it right, a high antenna swr is just one of many things that can destroy your CB radio if your setup is not installed correctly so if you want some great CB radio installation tips and information check out Colin The Head's CB RADIO Website