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My slr nikon d1500 camera has stopped working i get the card out it was a little bit sticky i think there is something wet it maybe tea or soda was in my bag my purse was sticky too...i tried to turn it on after a while it didn't work ..i have a warranty do you think i can send it to the nikon to fix it!!!or what can i do it is still under warranty!!!

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If it has been damaged by something you have done, then the warranty will not cover it, and repair will be expensive.
I am a little confused, anyway - I can find no reference to a Nikon D1500, and the image displayed and title of your posting is 'Canon PowerShot SD1400 IS IXUS'. Do you actually know which camera it is that you have ?

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SOURCE: canon powershot come out black..

When you say the shutter is open, you can see the purple glass lens from the front?

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check the pins where the memory card enter, if they are all there (not bended) go to canon site and download the latest framework.

P.S, mack sure to use the right SD Card type as the camera is compatible with some types and with a limited size only.

Posted on Feb 05, 2009


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You can give it to an expert for repair, he can repair it for less as there must be just a fuse problem, which can be fixed for a very less amount.

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SOURCE: water damage?

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SOURCE: Canon G10 + can of Coke...what can I do?

Chances are you did create a short circuit. But, even if you would have given the camera a week to dry buried in a bowl of dry rice, the stickiness and the acidity of the soda would have continued to cause even more damage. Unless you're willing to spend some serious money to fix it, I would consider another camera and a more careful lifestyle.

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