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Dropped in river for about 5 minutes. Later tried to blow(with mouth) all the water I could out. Is it savable? I charged battery but it doesn't turn on now..Any thoughts or help? Also put camera in materials to draw moister out. Ron

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Hello
Ron

Well, the camera was submerged for 5 minutes as you said, at this point we are talking about a whole circuit blowing/short circuit.

If you are so lucky, it is only the circuit, then you might have to look at the CCD's, and this is just to name i few.

You can try putting your camera into a sealed container filled with 2 cups of rice for about 24 hours. If that doesn't work, it's done.

Sorry.

Kind regards
Andrea

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