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Re: Battery life only half
If the recharageable battery is more than 3 - 4 years old then the battery could be worn out.Rechargeable batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles andwill lose their charge capacity over time, i.e. won't charge to 100% andgradually the charge reduces until the battery won't charge up at all. OR Thebattery shows a 100% charge but when the adapter is disconnected the batterydrops off to zero capacity in a very short time. If the battery drops to anunacceptable charge level then the battery needs to be replaced.
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The battery life is quoted as 250-350 pictures in auto mode. This would be for a new battery and camera and it is likely that the number of recharging cycles on a 7 year life will have led to some deterioration in the battery life. The two links below take you to pages from which you can download the Users guide and getting started guide in a pdf format. http://www.manualslib.com/download/348740/Kodak-M753.html
First do not assume anything. How old is the battery? Of it is more than 7 years old, it probably needs replaced. It all depends on the cycle of charging of the battery. Short trips cause the battery to be in a less than ideal state of charge. The longer a battery stays in this state the more the plates become sulfate which means less life. A full charged battery should last for 10 years by this is rare. The charging system must be ebaluated to see if the alternator is keeping the battery at full charge. If only short trips and no road trips are being taken, them a battery charger/maintainer is needed. Voltage to batter from alternator should be 13.6v up to 14.3 depending on the load. If a auto battery becomes completely dead because of a constant discharge, it looses half its life every time it happens.
Perhaps the batter is "dead" dead and has met the end of it's functional life. You see, lead batteries like car batteries convert lead ions in solution into a solid as energy by chemical reaction. Charging the batter reverses the process, but the process becomes less and less reverseable as the age of the batter increases. When the process can no longer be efficiently reversed by "charging", the battery remains in it's dead, or semi-dead state, where it might run for only a few seconds.
Also, your alternator might be shot because technically, if you can start your engine, the alternator should provide the power to remain on; the battery serves only the purpose of starting the car and receiving the charge from the alternator to power the rest of the car's electronics.
Test both the battery and alternator, no more than $100-$150 to fix either problem.
well id need to know what you mean with laptops the only thing to improve battery life is if you are on high performance or low you right click the battery icon to see but it do-sent really do anything maybe a minute or so if your battery life was better it means your battery is defective there is really nothing you can do to help your batters life but basic web browsing wont use much but gaming and running programs or camera or music will please let me know how you got on or give me more info and ill help you
Battery life according to Garmin is about four hours with the rechargeable Lithium battery. During the use, it last anywhere from three hours and fifteen minutes to three and half hours.It does happened that sometimes the batter die and won't let the GPS to function properly.
depending how old your laptop is the batter is on its last leg. What happens is if you leave your laptop plugged in all the time, the batter gets overcharged and begins to die. For the next battery you acquire remember to charge it for its required time then drain it out by using the laptop. This will prolong the life of the battery.
sounds like the battery is shot. Get a new battery and fully charge it. I try to charge my phone more off of a power outlet and not the cigarette lighter in a auto. The battery will last longer that way. something about cigarette lighters. As far as the messaging and failed calls goes. up grade your tower signals. contact your cell phone company and get the number for upgrading the towers.