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My Canon Ixus 210 fell in the water I took the battery out and let it dry when put back in the camera lens came out and than flashed . Since than there is no response

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You should not have put the camera on until it was confirmed that there was no traces of moisture orr water present inside.
What would have happened is that the water had made a short into the circuit board and triggered a signal short to delicate electronics.
It will only be a miracle for the camera to function but what can be done again is to warm slightly , tap the camera into the palm and see if there is any traces of water. If so then get the camera opened and DO NOT PUT IN THE BATTERY.
If you can open probe into to remove all traces of water, use a hair dryer and repeat after an hour till it is confirmed .
Put in the battery only once it is sure that the water oozing has stopped-- there can be water trapped in between and will be shorting circuits,
If no action the cirrccuit board would have failed. check power from battery to the main circuit and mP to finalise.

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