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My sony cybershot t-70 does not turn on, the battery is fully charged. I don't know what to do.

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Remove the SD card then try to turn it on.

you might need to reformat the SD card on a computer with a card reader if the above works

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Hi Ava, thanks for coming to FixYa.

It is not good to leave your battery on the charger longer than 2 hours. Depening on your battery type, it should not take longer than 2 hours to charge up.
If you leave it on longer than that, it will get too hot, and might make a fire hazard. Also, the hotter the battery gets, it lessens the life of the battery.
Most battery chargers will not automatically turn off, so you should monitor the charging time.

Thanks for coming to FixYa. If you have any other questions, you can leave me a comment.

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