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Camera went for a quick dip in the lake

Is there anything I can do with my cannon power shot 12x zoom/6MP after it briefly got dunked in the lake? I took all the batteries and the card out--but is there any thing else I can try? I have tried to replace the batteries and the camera turns on but does not completely function.

Can this be repared?

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I've rescued cameras and cel phones from such a fate, but I worked on them while still wet. After they dry, not much hope, sorry

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