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Wrong charger into my panasonic dig. camera

I put by mistake the wrong charger into my panasonic digital camera.It lit up and that was it. It's not working anymore now. Can I just replace the battery or is the camera totally fried?
It's a panasonic Lumix lcd 40
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The battery is fried the camera should be OK!

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