Question about Video Cameras
Unless you want it repaired professionally, all I can suggest is leaving it for a good few days - weeks even - on a sunny window ledge or airing cupboard. If you're lucky, the water will just be temporarily affecting the electronics, and it might sort itself out when completely dry. If you are unlucky, there may be some corrosion which will remain even after it's dried out. If it looks like coming back to life, remove the tape as soon as you can, run a tape cleaner through it, and use a new tape.
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
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