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Will not turn on.

There is probably no solution to my problem, but it is worth a try to see if anyone knows a way to fix it. My camera got wet and now will not turn on. Is there anything i can do, or is it now just a paperweight?

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Just a paperweight. water and camers...they just don't mix :\

Posted on May 07, 2007

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