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Posted on Sep 25, 2008
It sounds like some circuits are fried. I woould have recommended a dry up, by disconnecting it and placing it in a warmed room, or area with indirect sunlight and warmth. Sometimes electronic goods will dry up and go back on once dry, but i am really hoping you did not just dry it on top and switch it on as you most probably have fried some circuits. No power at all is not good. Try what i said, and open the unit and see if any exposed areas seem discoloured or not right. If no good, take it to a repairer and see if they can give you a quote on replacement parts. The power supply may have just been damaged, and this may be the only issue. Children and electronics do not mix well hey??? Good luck, lilacgerry. Always wear protective gloves when dealing with damaged electronics, and water damage.
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