Question about Canon Cameras
Well you can try not to turn it on and let it dry out in a DRY room
But if you turn it on after it was still wet or it was not fully dried ...Then
you have to bring it to a camera repair shop I would call around but
make sure that you do not tell them it was wet because it they may tell you that
there is more problems then just the LCD screen.... So if the board is wet and
there was power turn on there will be clear signs of the residue left from the rain...
You can also call Canon to see if they no of any Camera Shops in your area that will Repair
it or Maybe give you a trade in credit towards a used or new camera,
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
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