Question about Canon PowerShot A75 Digital Camera
I have a Canon A75 camera and recently i spilled a drink over it but it was still working that night and then next morning it just wouldn't switch on. I tried to dry it but it's still not working. It's not even trying to switch on just dead... what else could i do?
Hi Alicimo, When anything wet is introduced to electronic circuitry, there is a risk of a short that can destroy it. Most of the time, however, it can be dried out and serve a useful life. What I would do it to take the battery out, open up the battery door, put it somewhere in your house where the sun can hit it, then wait for 4 or 5 hours. If it still doesn't operate, you could take it in to a camera shop for a cleaning, if this works, it is a small price to pay, and would certainly be better than buying a new one. Let me know if you can get it going again. Best regards, nightdiver
Posted on May 30, 2006
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