Question about Nikon Coolpix S210 Digital Camera
The camera comes apart with a screw driver; numerous little phillips screws keep the rig together. Tear it down enough until you think you've got all the places water may be residing and then put it under a low heat source like an incandescentbulb and let it slowly dry out, maybe a couple a days and then put her back together and give it a go. Don't give it battery power until you're sure there's no moisture in the electronics. If you dropped it salt water, wash it out using fresh water, then dry it out. Don't try starting it up while it's wet. Good luck
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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