Question about Canon Rebel Cameras
My shower soap spilled inside my bag and some went in my camera screen. The screen is still working but there is a shadow in the back. I am wondering if i should just open the screen and wipe the soap or if there is an other solution...
The soap is probably between the back light and the LCD itself, on one of the plastic Fresnel screens. You may be able to clean it off with Windex on a Q-tip. Remove back cover (can't give directions without knowing which model)
Posted on May 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I got my camera wet!!!
basically a bubble blower has a thick concentrated solution of soap. if any amount of this solution happens to enter even the lense assembly and you have given enough time to dry it up , it must be creating a friction in the movement of the lense assy. this will not allow the camera to switch on and will make noise.
Posted on Jun 24, 2006
SOURCE: Pop spilled on camera
I think you can consider this is a water damaged item since water has been immersed into the mainboard which cause sensor failure. Camera internal components were very fragile and I suggest you not open it if you really don't know what is inside unless you have opened it once. I have fixed cameras for my friend before but mostly with part failure not water damaged and I believe your is just partial damaged only. Below is some help links to direct you how to fix your own camera: http://brashear.phys.appstate.edu/lhawkins/photo/camrep.faq.html and other easy way is go to google search URL window or Yahoo and type Casio Digital Camera Service Guides, then they will provide you a lot of links where you can get information to fix your camera. I hope this help.
Posted on Apr 10, 2007
SOURCE: A brownish liquid inside my s40
This sounds like you have a popped compasitor a compasitor has brown liquid in it that is a form of oil that makes the compasitor work if the get overloaded for some reason they pop. Beleave me that sucks. It can be fixed but it sound like it might cost more that the camera is worth. Up to you. Sorry for the bad news. :(
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
Get this problem repaired, because there loose contact between your camera lcd display and the circuit board.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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