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I got the prong on the plug a bit wet. i dried it off and waited, but when i did plug it into the outlet, it made a short hiss and now it doesn't seem to work at all. I'm referring to my ionic breeze

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You will probably need to replace the plug you can buy them at almost any hardware store or radio shack

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