Check the code and post it here, but I think you should also try running it so the heat allows any excess water to evaporate. You may have water trapped in connectors and that is going to cause all sorts of headaches if you don't get it out of there. Which means you should lift the tank and remove the seat, and start drying everything that's wet. And NEVER powerwash it. I don't even use a hose on it, for this very reason, I use a bottle of water and pour just enough to get the surface I'm working on wet, wash it, rinse it with the bottle, then Dry it. That, or use Optimum No Rinse on a sponge/cleaning pad, then dry it.