Help! This is my first post as I couldn't find an answer anywhere online. I really hope this community can provide some insight and help. My Phantom 4 took a dip in the ocean today. I actually didn't see what happened as I was trying to capture shots that were close to the water surface. I pretty much remained at least 3 feet above water. The copter was behind a wave and all I can think of was that it was hit by crashing waves while I lost VLOS for 2 seconds. The next thing I knew, my RC screen had red letters, I think it said "Malfunction" and the copter went into RTH. I hand caught it so it didn't land on the sand. I didn't take a pic of the result as all I was thinking was "What to do now?" I noticed the camera lense faced down and backwards. The copter was dripping with water from the propellers. When I got home, I took everything apart and used air compressor can to spray down everything. I also sprayed CRC QD Electronic Cleaner to hopefully clean off any salt on the electronic parts. And used the air can for good measure before I put it all back together. After initializing my RC, turned on copter, my RC says Aircraft Disconnected. My RC has a red light so I followed the procedure to pair using the DJI Support video to Linking RC but the "frequency button" stayed solid green, not the flashing red as in DJI video. The rear yellow lights flashes as normal for 30 seconds then turns solid red, like the front red lights. When the copter initializes, the camera moves to face forward, then faces down and backwards by 30 deg. I've tried different batteries, power down and restart everything. Nothing is connecting. Any other suggestions? Thanks in advance! The first pic shows the microSD card that was in copter. The second pic shows the steady green frequency light and 4 red LED lights. The third pic show the camera position while copter is on.