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High voltage blew out camera

I put a 9v plug into a 5 v camera and it won't work anymore what do I do

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Sounds like you blew the main circuit, which can be replaced. You may send it to Fuji in Edison, NJ or an AUTHORZIED service center. I know of one in Florida, they can be reached at 305-653-7355

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