Greetings from the Emerald Isle. Got my new Phantom 4 last week and have been trying to master the steep learning curve to drone flying. It is an absolutely fantastic piece of technology and the first time I used the ActiveTrack function on my daughter and I at the beach, I was blown away!! We cycled our bicycles whilst this autonomous intelligent machine flew around slightly above us tracking our every turn. Anyway, on to my tale of woe. I have had my third crash (all my own fault) in which the Phantom got the props caught in some plastic-coated wire mesh over the top of a waterfall that I was trying to gracefully glide over in 120fps. The motors stopped but the gimbal was suspended in the fresh mountain water for a minute or so. I took it home and tried to dry it out. I removed the screw-on lens cover from the front of the lens and left it for a bit, but there was still condensation inside the lens. I opened the rear of the camera and dried out the boards inside gently with a cotton bud then re-assembled the rear. I left a small gap between the rear plate and the camera body and placed all into a bag of rice. Today the condensation is gone. but I am having an issue with the gimbal. When I power up the Phantom it goes through the initialisation process and all seems fine with the motors, light etc. However the gimbal snaps the camera fully up, then fully back then sticks at this point. It does not complete its routine resulting in it ending forward facing. When I opened the rear of the camera there were traces of a red, gel-like substance which is now gone. I also powered up the machine before fully drying it. It seems properly dry now, but can anyone suggest how I might restore my poor gimbal? Thanks, Louis.