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If you can disassemble the unit and remove the PCB...great. Simply place the board in an oven for about an hour at 100deg C. Be careful of the LCD.....if this is wet through there will be no way to recover it. Now if you cannot disassemble it place the unit in a hot press for at least a week. You could also try drying it ou using a hair dryer.

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