Question about JVC Everio GZ-MG360 HDD Camcorder
I dropped Sony handycam DCR SR 200 with harddisk drive in sea water for a fraction of second (believe me). Camcorder was dead. I gave it for repairing but those guys asked to much for repairing. I can see some residue of minerals on the battery portion of the camera. Is it possible to make it work. It could be that just the battery is gone... any fixes....
This isn't a solution specific to your problem, but maybe similar enough to help. I've dropped both my cell phone and iPod in the water. My friend told me to fill a bowl with uncooked rice and submerge the cell phone in the rice to draw out the water - took about 2 days and all was working fine - same with the iPod, but it took longer (about a week.) You might want to gently clean the battery connections with a Q-tip if you're seeing residue. Good luck!
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