0NachoMahmaBest Answer 9 years ago ReplyUpvote. If it does have soap on it, go ahead and rinse in clean water after removing the batteries. Avoid getting the screen and speaker wet, if possible.. Disassemble if possible. Should be able to find instructions here or elsewhere on the Web.. If more soap found inside, rinse in clean water. Avoid getting the screen and speaker wet, if possible.. . Daub as much water as possible with paper towels.. Use a blow dryer on no heat or compressed air to drive water out of cracks/crevasses. If you do not disassemble the unit, this may take a loonngg time (2-3 hours).. Turn the blow dryer to low heat. If the low setting is hot on your hand, back away until it is lukewarm. Warm the unit for 5-10 minutes (30-45 minutes if still assembled).. Let sit overnight in a well-ventilated place. A small fan will help.. . Do not get in a rush. You have a slim chance of rescuing the unit if you will get ALL the water out before you power it back up. Don't expect miracles.. Avoid getting the display wet.. Don't let the unit get too warm when using the blow dryer. Lukewarm.