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Kool-aid was spilled on Digital camera

Is a camera worth saving if kool-aid got spilled on my digital camera? It turns on but stays in the "Docked in Port" position. It will let me view pictures that I have taken but will not take new ones. I don't know which one it is on the list because it isn't with me right now so I just selected one. It has 6 megapixels. -Becky

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Hi Becky,

The sugary content of Kool-Aid is not real camera friendly. It would appear a short has already been created internally. The tightly packed components of the camera are very difficult to clean effectively.

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