Question about Sony DSC-T7 Digital Camera
I got water spilled on my Sony DSC-T7 Digital Camera. Immediately I took memory card & battery out. Next day worked perfectly, I even used it. The next day screen went black again. Everything seems to work, I can ever take a picture (only can view pictures when downloaded) can’t view it on the LCD Screen what so ever. I’ve turn on the camera to see if it works, it will for a minute or then go black.
Before I take to a repair shop, is there anything I can do to fix the problem?
No. It is likely that there is still water in it. It's very important that you take the battery out and do not try to use it. Take it to a repair shop and be SURE to tell them it had water in it so they can take the appropriate steps to clean and protect it.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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