I accidently drove my caddy into a water hazard, and it does not turn on anymore. What shall I do?

I accidently drove my caddy into a water hazard, and it does not turn on anymore. What shall I do?

Bat-Caddy: Remove the caddy from the water as soon as possible! Disconnect the battery (do not use the On/Off switch) and take it out of the carry bag to dry off. Drain all water from the controller box and its compartment and quick dry with a towel. Completely let the controller dry out in a warm, dry place, possibly supported by a hair dryer. If the handle was submerged, open up the handle shell and dry out the handle circuit board, rheostat and wiring. This process should last about 1-2 days max. If your battery lead has a fuse box, check and possibly replace the fuse. Do not turn the caddy on until the drying process is complete. In many cases the caddy comes back to life after a while. If not, please contact one of our Service Center for assistance. General advice: when leaving your caddy behind, never leave it pointed to a water or other hazard but towards the open fairway. If near water or when crossing bridges, always handle your caddy in manual mode or be very close to it, so any operational mistake can be avoided.