Question about Samsung SL30 Digital Camera
There is nothing you can do. You've just got a sugary acidic liquid into your camera which has presumably partially dried by now.
Even if you could remove the sugar residues (difficult:you'd have to soak parts the camera in distilled water) there will still be residual damage caused by carbonic acid, and this will continue to corrode the camera circuitry for months. If you've used a sugar-free Pepsi variety, then there will be no sugar residue but the acid will still be present.
Sorry, but your camera is a write-off. Even a professional repairer would refuse to attempt fixing your camera: the cost would exceed the camera's value and the ongoing internal corrosion would make it likely what you'd soon return for warranty work which would make no money for the repairer.
There's only one thing you can try. Soak it it Coca-Cola...'Cos "Coca-Cola Adds Life".
That last bit WAS a joke...
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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