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Washing Machine and EX-Z750

Recently, i went paintballing and took a lot of photo's. After which, i washed my paintball pants and unknown to me, my Casio Exlim EZ-Z60 was in my pocket, so i found it after the washer had turned off.

I have been airing it out for 3 days now, and the only way it will turn on is if i hold the power button, or to press the power button once then again after a second or so, and then it makes a noise like if you were to go to the gallery, and will show a screen that says "Adjust" and it has a Time&Date setup, but my keypad doesn't have any affect on the screen.

If i try to turn it on normally, it will flash the green power light and stay black, a couple minutes later it will make a noise as it turns itself off.

Help me please. I would really really appreciate some feedback that might help.

If it requires taking apart i have the materials required to do so. I figured that would be a last resort, in the case it couldn't be replaced and that i cant get any help.

Its been three days since i did anything with it, it has been sitting without a battery or microSD card to allow for drying. I havent opened it in fear of voiding any chance of replacement.

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Alright you may want to try putting it in a sealed baggie with rice...yes I said rice lol. The rice will draw moisture from the camera. If this doesnt work you will want to take it apart and blow dry the internals. Do you have a warenty? You may want to look into that.

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