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11-28-2021 08:14 AM
Let it dry out and hope it recovers. It might do so.
Don't put the computer in the oven - I know this sounds obvious but we do see the recommendation on occasion.
The only other "fix" is to open the unit and replace / repair any damaged components.
No, the standard Warranty does not cover this type of user inflicted / accidental damage.
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