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Some humidity (coffee+milk) got inside the camera

By accident some humidity (coffee+milk) got inside the camera, mostly from the battery zone but also a bit into the flash card slot. Not much (I could check and remove any remaining humidity from the two zones) but enough to see moisture under the upper display (and it is still there). And the camera does not switch on.

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I can only suggest having the camera serviced by a qualified repair shop. This is a nice enough camera that you don't want to risk any further damage. It sounds like there is hope for it, but not a task that I would undertake myself.

Posted on May 16, 2008

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