dslr – Isopropyl alcohol spilled in the chamber, now it does not turn on

I have 99.5% isopropanol that I am using for the cleaning of electronic and optical products (I specifically asked my local electronics specialist, it is not an imitation, it is a pure and genuine IPA for a lot of money). I was cleaning the mirror of my Pentax K5 when I accidentally spilled something inside. Not much, no more than 50ml. Now the camera does not turn on. This is strange, since the API should not be conductive. Is there any humidity sensor inside that prevents it from being turned on? I bathed my laptop with the last weakness when I cleaned the monitor while it was on and nothing happened, but the camera does not turn on!