Question about Kodak EasyShare V1003 Digital Camera
It would be better to replace the camera.
But here are some things that couldn't hurt.
1.Remove battery get some rubbing alcohol 90pcnt if possible. (not the green stuff)
2.) Batteries may be shot
3.) Soak entire camera in rubbing alcohol
to disipate the water. soak for about 10 minutes
4.) remove from alcohol then let dry for a day or 2 blow dry first to get most of alcohol dry then pack in silica gel (stuff that comes in little packets in shoes and leather jackets
HOPE For the best.. or buy a new camera
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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