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My camcorder got wet

After a few weeks it seemed to get better, now I can hear sound when I try to play back recordings, but I can only see a slight picture on the screen only if a hold it in a certain way, is there anything I can do?

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Stick it in a container full of dry rice. its best for drawing moisture out of electronics. leave it in for a few hours.

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You need to dry out the unit for some time water droplets might have entered inside and thats why you are not getting the pictures properly .......also there is chance that ccd imager is damaged to certain extent ......better take to near by service center to repair it .......

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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