We got a brand new OfficeJet Pro last week and my children promptly spilled a vase of flowers on it. It was plugged in at the time and the screen flickered - I unplugged it and it has dried out for a few days now. There is no evidence of water now, but the machine won't turn on. Is there anything that can be done to repair it rather than replace it entirely? Thank you!
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