Water bottle broke in bag and wet my PS Vita
This may have been asked twice before and yes, i read both of them. I feel like a idiot for asking this again but please, let me ask this myself.
On monday 15 september i was in school and after the break (pauze) i put my water bottle in my bag. When i got back in class and did a hour of working i wanted to pick up a worksheet that i had in my bag. For my suprise i saw that my water bottle was leaking. My Vita and charger were completely drounced in it. The idiot that i am tried to dry it and right after that tried to turn it on (i know, i'm dumb). Of course it didn't work but i was really in a stressful state since i got on my birthday (9 september) and i don't often get these expensive things.
Since i was in school i couldn't do anything. The teacher allowed me to dry off everything in my bag but i couldn't do anything about the Vita. I tried whipping the Vita with my hand a couple of times to get the inside water out. When i got home i tried opening the handheld with a screwdriver (i dont do these things often so i followed the tutorial here). Both halves were connected with eachother trough the battery cable that i was to afraid to remove so i left the battery on the system. I noticed a lot of water droplets so i let it dry 90 degress open with both halves (battery cable and black ribbon still attached). After a day my dad tried to charge it because he said the water would have been evaporated already. And it didn't work. After 2 more days i tried again and it still doesn't want to turn on but everything inside looks dry and ok.
Did i do something wrong or do i have to wait for some longer? I would really appreciate it if someone could help me directly. I can send some pictures of the board and the insides and you could tell me if there is some corrosion or other problems. I am really stressed out since this cost me a lot of money and i really want it to run again. I come from the netherlands so i hope my english wasn't that bad.
Thanks for reading and hopefully you can help me out!