Hey i got a 94 honda accord ex and i got 2 fill the clutch fluid every day and one day it went bone dry and now its stuck 2 the floor but i can move it with my hand up and down but if i slightly push on it it goes stright 2 the floor
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And let me guess, it could not swim?
If the water was very clean, please remove the memory card and the battery. You can dry them separately. When no water is coming out of the camera, put it in a plastic bag and fill that with rice. If you also do have silica gel. or other things to remove moist, you can use that too.
Let it dry for a few days.
If the water was dirty, the only way will be the camera has to be opened and cleaned complete. I would not recommend you to do that yourself. It is quite a job, and you need to know about electronics and you need special cleaning fluids.
The best that you can do is to remove the battery and keep aside. If you have gone to the seaside or a possibility of water /sweat logging on to the camera, then try to carefully open the camera to dry up . Use a hair dryer very modestly to warm the inside, try to look into the electronic board check to see if the motors have stuck , the auto focus,door shutter. If however if there is no result the controoller IC could be defective. This might not be available but might require the assistance of the casio service centre. Unfortunately the digital camera electronic spares are not available easily due to SMD- surface mounted devices- and will require good tooling. Good day
Your problem may be due to corrosion on the
battery contacts inside the camera
which can prevent the full power of the batteries from flowing into the
camera. Try this free fix before you do anything else: remove the
batteries and wipe the camera contacts firmly with
a dry cloth (heavy corrosion may require cleaning with a wire brush,
steel wool, or sandpaper). Remove any residue that may have fallen
into the battery compartment during cleaning, then wipe both ends of
the batteries and place them back in the camera. This cleaning clears
the problem about 90% of the time. If it doesn't work for you, your camera may have
a problem that requires professional repair.
I had the same problem (Camera stabilizer is not available) 3 days into
my Thailand vacation. The Casio authorized repair centre says the ONLY
solution is to return the camera for replacement of the lens assembly.
In my case, they did not have the part and instead, gave me a USED
replacement camera. Battery door is loose. File names are inconsistent
(started at 395 on the USED camera and then it went to somewhere in the
200's and then started filling in starting at 1. Was also producing
numerous 'globes' (lens reflections?) on many shots.
Although my original camera was only 6 days old when it died suddenly
and inexplicably, Casio continues to refuse to give me a new camera,
leaving me with the used, malfunctioning junk. Numerous emails have not
helped. Casio is NOT a good choice to buy a camera from. Period. They
should have stuck to calculators.