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Try rechargeables anyway just in case.Sometimes with age these cameras don't work well with alkalines. If that still doesn't work then I would suggest contacting your local Nikon authorized service center.
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Let it dry completely.. Take out battery, do not turn on until dry.
If wet with fresh water, should still work if not shorted out already. Salt water is much worse. Put it somewhere dry for about a week before trying again.
Std water or sea water? If sea water throw away. Std water get into you hot water cupboard to help dry out or It should be taken to an authorized repair centre for a repair estimate. Very few digital cameras have any user-serviceable parts.
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Usually water will damage the electronics. You will know when the camera is dried out.
Water usually does permanent damage to electronic devices and circuits, especially of there is power turned on while the electronics are wet.
The reason I suggested i5 is that one of my cameras will not work on rechargeables anymore. You might be able to order the battery you need on line. Did the camera get damp or anything while you were not using it? If so just keeping it in a warm dry atmosphere for awhile might do the trick. If it was working fine before, the batteries are the my first guess. Good luck, How very frustrating for you.