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Digital display damage

I spilled water on my camera and now a mottled image appears on the display every time I take a picture. E:08:03 flashes before I click the shutter on the display. I still haven't tried downloading pictures from it to see if the problem is still there on the computer images. Can the display be repaired.

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If this continues, it may lead to internal damage which will cause the camera to not work at all from corrosion.

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

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