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Assuming that you haven't turned it on yet, in which case you are probably screwed, set it out underneath a sunlamp for a few days. Make sure that it does not get TOO hot, as it WILL MELT!!! But so long as you keep it at a reasonable temperature, the water should evaporate out. Again, do NOT TURN IT ON! This could easily short out the circuits and ruin it permanently. Just leave it as is for a few days under a sun lamp. Tell me how it works out, and hope this helps!

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