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I bought your EX-G1 camera to take on a trip to the Galapagos Islands because it was claimed to be an underwater camera. It worked the first 2 times I went snorkeling with it. The third time, I tried to turn it on, the screen was blank so I surfaced and found the memory card/terminal cover open and the screen was completely filled with water. We let it dry out for 4 days hoping it would start, but one of the guys said the battery was bad. Before going in the water, I always checked the battery and terminal covers. We put the film into someone's phone and the pictures weren't ruined, but I had no camera. I took it to a camera shop when I got home and they said the same thing. I ordered the camera on line and received it Dec 19, 2009. It should still be under warranty. Please help! Karen

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Our site doesn't actually sell products to consumers. You either need to contact the place you bought it or the manufacturer which is Casio. You can find Casio's contact information at the following website link.

https://www.casio.com/support/contactus/contact/

Let me know how this works out for you.


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