Question about Kodak EasyShare CX7525 Digital Camera
Hello there. Recently i went sailing and dropped my camera in the water (freshwater). i took it home to dry, took the batteries out, took ou the sd card, then i let it dry for 20 days (just to make sure). then i try to turn it on, it responds as normally, but the screen is blank, except for the menu. So the lcd works, but nothing is transferred to it. how do i repair this, if it's even possible? I have opened it already, but can't see anything "wrong"
Thanks in advance
Units that experience water damage are normally irrepairable even after drying out. I would take it to a qualified repair center and have them give you an estimate on repairing the unit. You may find that replacing the camera is more economical than repairing it.
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