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I got my camera wet!!!

Yes i know. its so stupid of me to get my camera wet but it happened anyways. i put a bubble blower in my bag and unfortunately it spilled. as soon as i found out, i started to wipe away the soap. and the inside of the camera looked dry. but i took out the battery anyways and recharged it. however when i put it back in again, it doesnt turn on and it makes noises. i think i really destroyed it. is there any advice? and do u think they would give me a new one cuz i still have my 1yr-warrenty, please reply asap. thank u

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  • Lisa Bond Jun 24, 2006

    is there anyway that i could fix it myself?

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Basically a bubble blower has a thick concentrated solution of soap. if any amount of this solution happens to enter even the lense assembly and you have given enough time to dry it up , it must be creating a friction in the movement of the lense assy. this will not allow the camera to switch on and will make noise.

Posted on Jun 24, 2006

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