This is what happened in Manti, as we were told by some Manti folks.  Most of the 
time, entering the temple unworthily is considered significantly different from 
defiling the temple (a premeditated act which leaves physical evidence).  Entering the 
temple unworthily defiles the person, not the temple.

"If ya thinks ya is right, ya deserfs credit - even if ya is wrong." Gus Segar via 

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Stacy Smith:

I was wondering how it works, that's all.


I think the scripture says "It shall be holy, or the Lord your 
God will not dwell therein."

When a person who is not worthy enters and leaves the 
temple, and no one knows about it (that is, we mere 
mortals), I don't think anything is done.

I have heard of two or three situations where someone 
broke into a temple and either did things they shouldn't 
or caused minor damage.  In those cases, after any 
needed repairs, I understand that the temple president 
was authorized by the President of the Church to 
rededicate that area of the temple.

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