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Camera dropped in sand

My camera was recently dropped in sand by a 'helpful' passerby, now it wont turn on properly and it says on the screen "SYSTEM ERROR". how can i fix this?

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Err well you cannot I would guess. Try running a vacuum cleaner over it to suck out any grit. Do not put airline to it - it will blow any grit in further. But that is about all you can do any thought on sending it away will be as expensive as buying the next camera.

Posted on Jul 13, 2007

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