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Camera went into water

I live in Yuma,AZ. My camera fell in the river. I replaced the batteries and when I turn it on I ony get a red light. Is there somewhere close I could send it to be repaired. It will not turn on and is not recognized by the Kodak program. Could u help me please, Thank You

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NEED TO TAKE CAMERA TO A CAMERA REAPIR SHOP , mostly an authorized KODAK repair shop, check your YELLOW PAGES for a close location near you , good luck AJ

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