Question about Polaroid Cameras
Ok I have had this problem myself before let me tell you it took about 3 months before I could actually turn it back on keeping it in a well heated area to dry was the main thing and if there was still water in the unit when you turned it on the chances are that the screen got messed up or shorted out when doing so.
I would say the best thing to do is time and waiting for it to dry completely its a pain but most of the time when electronics get wet they are not dead yet if they are allowed to dry sufficiantly enough then there is ushally no problem with them.
other then that you can try to find a screen of the same size and replace the one in the unit or get ahold of polaroid and find out if its under warrenty or if there is a chance to get a replacement or the unit in question looked over by one of their techs.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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