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If the camera works, but just the lens is stuck, that shouldn't cost much to repair. But don't try to fix it by yourself, go to the service.

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The water inside the camera became conductive and did damage to components on the circuit boards, and possibly did some damage to some of the mechancial parts. The camera would have to be rebuilt.

From past experience this type of repair has not been worth the cost. I would shop around for a new camera.

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Usually when cameras fall in water, the circults gets wet and mostly causes a short-circuit which causes the components to fail. If the camera fell in water without the battery you could try

1. Drying it completly before putting on the battery to test it.

2. Immerse the camera in alchol complety. It basically substitutes water (removes moisture) and vaporises quickly. Dry it completly and test it with battery.

If the battery was in when you dropped it your chances are less. You could dry it completly and show it to a technician ASAP. Make sure no moisture reaches it.

Hope its still under warranty.

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