aishaacoburn the very first thing you want to do is not wait. Waiting causes corrosion. Whatever damage has happened, it's done. Time to take a look at it and try to see if it is fixable. Use these guides to disassemble your PS4. Clean every part and every connector with 90%+ isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush. Yes, you can submerge the boards etc. Remove the power supply and open it up. Careful here, some of the caps may still pack a punch. Properly discharge those. Check for any obvious damage and clean the PSU the same way. It is important that you use the alcohol in a high enough concentration so that it properly displace the water. You can and should also clean the BR Drive since water can easily get in it and cause short circuits and corrosion. Only after you are sure you have it completely clean would I suggest a reassembly and give it a try. Again, the damage has happened but now it is time for you to troubleshoot to find out what has really failed. Any suggestion about which part (if any) may have failed will only be a guess until the PS4 is clean and inspected. Check with the console guru @tronicsfix on here for more help. See what he suggest how to proceed.