The unthinkable has happened. I guess we drilled to far into the ceiling and punctured the roof when placing the mount screws. It's a Frank Lloyd Wright home and I guess, we went just a bit to far with one hole and punctured the rubber sheet on the rubber roof. The roof is much thinner than we thought. Since we installed it at night, we couldn't tell if a hole was there. Obviously we went up there today and patched the roof.
So of course, it rained cats and dogs all last night and most of today here in OH and rain slowly trickled down through the hole, down the mount and into my 675. My wife heard it clicking on and off which I thought was odd, so I killed the power. There was no sign of water anywhere until I got a ladder and felt the top (actual bottom) of the unit. There was a small puddle. Terror struck. I was in the Twilight Zone.
So I took the unit down and more water leaked out so I left it upside down. I didn't want to resaturate anything or saturate something that was never wet. So I popped the bottom panel off and dried the main board (Part 1-981-721-11 dated 09/27/16). There was some white foamy and black stuff on it where it was wet so cleaned it with 99% Alcohol, dried it and lightly went over those areas with a dry toothbrush. I then unscrewed the main top cover (on bottom), propped both sides open and put a bonnet hairdryer on both sides for an hour each to warm the unit and evaporate the remaining moisture out of it. Not sure if it worked yet as I haven't powered it on. I think worst case scenario, I may need to replace the main board. Who sells these?
Nevertheless, I ordered another 675 just in case this one is done and I'm not sure if my homeowner's insurance will cover this just yet.
Any additional suggestions from the experts will be much appreciated.
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