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Little water leaked into monitor

Some water leaked into monitor.
it stopped displaying and has its power light blinking dimly with a persistent hissing sound.
please help.
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Unplug it and let it dry out. its possible that you shorted some components out with the water.. you may have to replace some of the control boards inside.

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