I have a 2011 Acer windows 7 home desktop with monitor (ASPIRE X3990). The monitor sits up on a desk and the desktop on the floor. There was a cup of water right beside the edge of the table that was beside the desktop (yah i know stupid but I've had it there before, its like this is some karma). i bumped it somehow, it spilt right through the top vent and around (probably 1/4 of the 3/4 of the water went to the computer, this is including the water that went in and some drops on external sockets, but that doesnt matter0. it had to be within a minute that between the spilling and me screaming 'NO!' multiple times that it shut down by itself. I unplugged everything the minute it powered itself down and turned it upside down/sideways and made my fan face it for about two hours. Called acer support and talked to two people, both say wait a day, one says to put it in direct sunlight for the whole day so it would dry and it should work again and one says to make sure its dry and bring it to a technician. Everyone on the internet has agreed that taking components within the computer and placing them in rice is the best option but I don't even know if it opens up, and i don't know how to take apart the components, i will probably mess something up. Im a teenager so I dont really know how to open up the tower, nor does it look easy on this model because doesn't seem like there are even screws.
UPDATE: its been 6 days and its been on its side the whole time (motherboard back facing the sky, inside fan facing the ground if that makes sense, trying to get whatever water out of it). I felt the vent today and i still feel like its wet.
Advice and what are my chances?