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How do you fix a cloudy camera screen

I dropped it in the bath.I removed the memory card and sd card. i put the memory card back in and it will not work.

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Most cameras are not water proof. You have to dry up the water before it may work? If bath water is dirty, you have to wash the camera parts before drying it. LCD screen if wet has to be replaced.

Posted on Feb 09, 2012

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I am kinda confused what you mean by black blob, but anyhow a SD card cannot do this to a camera as long as the camera supports the memory card. I feel there is a little more to it then this. The lcd will need to be repaired this will need to be taken to a camera shop to repair this with a new lcd around $50 bucks respectivly. I find it hard to understand this ether as this should not have happend. the memory card if compatable should not have shorted this camera lcd out.

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