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I kinda got sticky stuff one my wheel

Okay so my camera was in my backpack and i didn realize something had melted in my bag, an dmy camera got exposed to it. I can turn on my cam but the wheel is very stiff and when i push the button to take a pic, it sinks down. i 'm afraid that I wont be able to take anymore shots becasue it will stick permently. What should I do,?? Take it to get repaired?? does anyone know any home remedies?

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You can take it to a store to send it out for repair but the labour on this could be pricy. You may want to get a quote at least. I am NOT suggesting you should take it apart yourself, and I'm NOT telling you this is safe according to Kodak, but sometimes you can use a few drops (very little) of isopropyl alcohol (only) to help as it is 99% pure, will not cause rust, and evaporates very quickly. You can get it at any drugstore for a couple of dollars. Basicly work the button and wheel again and again with the alcohol. Make sure that you allow evaporation before turning the camera back on.

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