Question about Toshiba PDR-M25 Digital Camera
When new batteries are loaded in camera and turned on: lens extends, LCD powers up after 15 sec.LCD screen flickers, battery indicator drops 1 notch on gage, This repeats until Bat. ind. is empty lens retracts camera shuts down and will not power up again by pushing the power button. I unloaded the batterys checked them and they show full charge. If I push the power button with no batteries in it discharging internal caps and reload batteries it shows full charge,also if i am on maintains or folder setting with LCD screen on viewing pictures it works fine untill I switch to manual or automatic camera mode. thanks Den
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Charging battery
Hi Pat, When charging the battery the light should definitely be red. When it turns green it's charged. I would exchange your camera for another PDR-M5 if you can. I actually had to do the same thing - noticed a big difference with the second one - including fit and finish....think that maybe Toshiba has a quality control issue. I just returned mine (second one) yesterday - was a hard decision - love the features - 3X zoom - video - speed, etc.....but got fed up with the picture quality indoors - too many out of focus - couldn't count on it. Also all pictures - in/out - tended to be dark - drab looking - always had to lighten using the software before printing. This is a $1250 camera in Canada after tax w/extra 16 meg smartmedia which you need at the minimum so there are no excuses. Hope you have better luck with yours!
Posted on Sep 15, 2005
SOURCE: Toshiba M35X-S109 Doesnt Start
you may have a faulty motherboard connection, but try connecting the power adapter in without the battery and see if it runs, then replace the battery back in the compartment.
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
SOURCE: Toshiba PDR-3300 Digital Camera
The batteries are just flat. Trust us on this one and buy new batteries or recharge the one's you have ( if they ate Li- Ion )
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Posted on Apr 25, 2008
SOURCE: Always running on batteries
You can still use your laptop even if you take out the battery and run on ac alone. You can also leave your battery in with the ac plugged in for 4 hours to charge it even if the laptop is off. Hope this helps. Thank you.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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