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I had the same exact issue.... try putting it on the charger, even if you think it's fully charged... If the light is red, leave it on the charger until it turns green, and then remove the battery for a second and then put it back in the camera before turning it back on..... try turning it on. If it still won't close, put it back on the charger. If the charger is automatically indicating a red light, that means you have exhausted your battery and will nee a new one... they cost about 5-11 dollars on amazon...... hope that helps...
Red light indicates that the battery is charging. The light will goes off to inform you the charging is complete. Possible that the battery was alreay damaged since you left it charging overnight. Charging time is approximately 5 hours only.
I suggest that you have to replace your battery with a new one.
Feel free to send us your suggestion or comments if this solution was helpful.
I have the same problem with my 770 SW. The funny thing is, some outlets in my house will allow it to charge, some will just make the light flash. I found your question looking for a better solution. Try all the outlets in your house with the charger, I know it sounds silly, but it works for me.
Charge your battery with an external power supply or a car battery charger for like 10 seconds (1 ampere will do the trick) by connecting the + and the - of the battery to the + and - of the power supply.
Now insert the battery in your normal charger. ìf it will still not charge do it again for 10 seconds.
Hi: This is a long shot, but I had a similar. It would start up, but lense would not extend. Secret was that it wanted the date re-loaded. They have a small internal battery to keep the clock going when you remove the main battery to change it. Many people never do this, just set it on the dock and recharge it. But IF you remove the main battery, and IF the camera is...elderly...the small battery has died and the clock has stopped and the camera has to know what time it is to run. Once you tell the camera what day it is (look in the viewfinder- it's asking for it) she'll fire right up. I hope this works. These cameras are great. I cna change batteries in about 5 seconds now- practice. If you're fast enough, it won't lose its memory. Joe
1. Clean the battery charger pin & battery charging point too. If the red light still blinking then replace your battery. Your battery life is finished then.
For confirmation try to charge your battery from others people charger or ask some same battery and fixit in in your charging place. You can short out then which one have problem.
Thanks & waiting for your feedback.