So, the recent cold spell that came across the midwest hit a rehearsal studio where I practice with a pretty catastrophic pipe freeze incident: A sprinkler pipe in the ceiling froze/burst and completely soaked a room that housed a good amount of gear. Luckily (for me), the only thing of mine that was in there was an old, cheap Peavey TKO 115 that serves as my "convenience" amp (good enough for practice, lives at the rehearsal space so I don't have to schlep my gig rig to/from). Others were not so lucky. The room had a Silverface Twin, Vibrolux, and Deluxe in it, and some 30+ year old Marshall gear, some vintage keyboards, a few custom built basses, a PA, and a great studio drum kit. I have the TKO back in my possession, and I'm trying to see what my best approach might be to assessing and/or repairing the damage. (My drummer was at the space in the aftermath of the incident helping the studio owner clean up and move gear. He told me that when he picked up the amp to move it, a good amount of water dumped out of the front port. I assume that this water probably entered the amp through the vents on top, and thus it's very likely that all of the electronic components got wet. And yes, the amp was plugged into the wall at the time of the incident). Does anyone have a similar experience? If so, how did you handle it? What was your result? Thanks in advance.