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  • Helen Baker Jan 23, 2013

    Bruce thanks for the suggestion. I was rather impatient to see if my camera was still ok. It was suggested that I put the camera in a bag with some dry rice, which should absorb any moisture. I did this and left it overnight. I had heard this solution before but was rather scepticle. Yes, it does work. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Take the battery out, let the camera dry for a few days or use a hair dryer, then try the battery again. you may have to buy a new battery. in any case give it some time to dry out

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