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My camera got wet ...

Well i know this is kinda late, but here's my problem anyways

it got wet around the end of november and since then, i didnt know what to do. it was sin my backpack and it was kinda raining hard during school, then when i took it out, i realized it got when it was blinking green but everytime i opened the lens, it would blink red and green.
my friend told me to take out the battery and wait a couple seconds before putting it back it. i did that a couple more times and it still doesnt work

i was thinking of taking it apart but i didnt want to risk breaking it.
its almost been a month and STILL it wont work

is there any solution??

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I would say the only thing you can do is dry out the phone completely. The only good way of doing this is using Silica Gel Packets. You can find a few articles online that talk about this like the one on Once they get wet and the spot turns pink this void the manufacture warranty.

What seems to be the sure fire way is to dry out the phone using Silica Gel Packets. Silica Gel absorbs moisture and dries things out. You can just Google "Silica Gel Packets" and find several vendors selling these products or there is an actual web site:

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Well put it away somewhere warm for another month with the battery out.

But I have a feeling that the camera has died
Nothing for you to repair in side so you wont beak anything by taking it apart for curiosity sake.

Posted on Dec 29, 2007


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