While photographing some local waterfalls today I accidently let my MC-30 remote release drag in the creek for a few seconds. I picked it up shook out a teaspoon or so of water and went on using int without problem. When I got home, however, I didn't know if there might still be water inside that might corrode or destroy this thing. So (mistake #1) I opened it up by removing the 4 screws. The innards were completely dry (thank goodness), so I tried to put it back together. Unfortunately, when I opened it up the springs popped and I couldn't see exactly where everything started. Anyway, I have the thing back together now (after a couple of failed attempts), and it seems to work OK except that the lock now won't hold the button down. I'm hesitant to open it up again since it took so long to get it to work even partially right the first time. I'd appreciate any links or personal images of the innards of what this thing should look like or if I should do something special to adjust the spring that controls the lock or what. Thanks a lot.