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You may try removing the battery and sim card and placing it in a bowl of dry rice. I know this sounds archaic but it is actually shown to work in some instances. It absorbs the moisture off the circuitry and may restore service. Allow up to one day of submersion in rice.
When that happened to my phone I was able to open it immediately and set it in an area near my oven to help dry it out. It worked for my samsung phone but not my razor. The samsung was in a front loading washer whereas the razor fell in a (clean)toilet bowl. That may be the biggest difference.
yeah it still have chances, u take it sooner to technician don't wait for long, if much days will pass lesser will be the chance that ur phone will work again.so take it to technician so it can be repaired on time.
To help drying out the phone, I suggest taking the phone apart. (i.e. battery, sim card, back cover, etc) putting it all into a container of rice, Use a container that you can put a lid on. Let the phone set in the rice for a couple of days. The uncooked rice will draw the moisture out of the equipment. This will dry it out, but whether or not it shorted the unit out is your next step.
My advice : Change the LCD
Take it to your lokal Nokia-Service-Center if you´re not up for the job of changing it yourself.
Its fairly simple to disassemble the phone, and the display can be bought for a reasonable price on the internet.