Question about Kodak EasyShare DX7590 Digital Camera
When you guys say "I let it dry out" - how do you know that it was completely dry?
You don't! I bet they both still have moisture in them.
You need to be proactive about the drying process and remember that water can get in but can't get out anything like as easily. You need to get he camera warmed up in a breeze. Best option is an electric blow heater with the camera 80cm or so in front of it. Rotate it every 10 mins for an hour. Make sure it doesn't get over about 45 degrees C.
Even better for the brave, crack it open, and do the above. Water can hide in the tiny spaces on circuit boards and component legs and getting these areas warm to encourage evaporation is what we're about here.
Salt water is a much greater problem since you can introduce a film of salt onto everything as the water evaporates. This usually means the camera has to be opened and cleaned.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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