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Left my unpluged pot in the bathroom sink filling it with water and the water overflowed into the sink and the bottom of the pot got emmersed in water. Will it be unsafe to plug it in now?

Will it electrocute me if I plug it in?

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I will most likely be safe to plug it in. Be sure to use a gfi outlet and u will be safe

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