I saw a post on another forum about a short dunk in the water for a pilot of a P2V+ He did the same as the average user would, opened it, let it dry out and then turned it on. It was fine for a flight, but later malfunctioned. I thought I'd offer a bit of my experience with water and electronics, here. Alcohol cleaning of components can help save your electronics after they've been thoroughly dried. What many do not realize, when the water dries it can leave behind residue which can cause a short, usually not immeidately. The residue tends to attract and hold on to dirt and dust, which can become conductive. Using a few q-tips and alcohol, one can scrub between solder points and circuitry. With alcohol as both astringent and emulsifier and a bit of luck you may save your electronics.