It's your battery. At the most you may have to replace it but Apple can tell you if you get it to them with your story and likley they will replace it for free if they can't get it to wake. Like a teenager it may at most refuse to get up and clean the room.' No worries, as I said previously. Ran
You are going to get through this... See: https://www.macissues.com/2015/05/08/how-to-fix-your-mac-not-waking-from-sleep/ (Chris Kessler who wrote this has been right on for me forever about the strangest issues) ''Unfortunately it appears that some systems may have troubles with hibernation mode, so if you are finding your Mac unable to wake from sleep, then are three potential fixes you can try: Turn off system hibernation Since hibernation mode’s only real benefit is to allow you to resume from sleep in the face of a power loss, a simple solution may be to turn hibernation mode off by running the following two commands in the OS X Terminal (enter your password when prompted–it will not show): sudo pmset standby 0 sudo pmset autopoweroff 0 These commands will turn off the hardware settings that will put your Mac into hibernation mode. The first is Apple’s main standby mode option, and the second is an implementation required for European energy regulations. To reverse these commands, you can again either...
Immediate drying out is preferable. I've had good luck separating the main components of the handset and then placing them in dry rice for a few days. The SD card connection are (with the rest of the phone slowly corroding via exposure to air so find a repair guide, bath the phone is isopropyl high-percentage alcohol dry it without opening the snap on lid (no peeking) and hope for the best!
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