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If batteries leaked in the camera the connections IN the camera may be dirty. Putting in a new battery takes care of the battery connection but not the camera connections. This is why it is very important to take out batteries when you are done taking photos. When you want to shoot again you put the batteries back in and set the time and date. You MAY be able to clean the connections with a pencil eraser. If you use a pencil eraser please blow out the dust from the eraser. If you are positive the camera then I cannot help you here.
Then I'm afraid your battery has come to the end of its life. You just have to buy a new battery.
First try to charge, and discharge it a few times. But if after 3 cycles nothing improves, goto line one, buy a new battery.
SIMPLE ,READ THE USER MANUAL , SWITCH ON THE CAMERA AFTER INSERTING THE BATTERY IN THE RIGHT POLARITY. PRESS THE MENU BUTTON AND SET THE CAMERA TO AUTO MODE. START CLICKING PHOTOS AND YOU WILL IMPROVE OVER TIME AND USE. REGARDS PLZ. RATE THIS
The Olympus Stylus 7010 has a rechargeable lithium ion battery that will eventually wear out-- your battery could be at the point where it does not hold a charge any longer. Have you previously noticed a degradation in battery life? If so, you can try replacing the battery or connecting the camera to a constant power source (like an AC adapter) to troubleshoot.
If you are using new batteries, then there is a problem on one of the circuit boards that is causing the system to pull too much current and it is exhausting the battery.
Most often, I have seen batteries that go defective in the way they can no longer hold proper charge no matter how much they are recharged. At this point you have to replace the battery with a new one.
The average lifespan of these camera batteries is about 2 to 3 years. If the batteries are stored and not used, they can become weak to hold charge after about 6 months. They go through a chemical degradation over time.
Try cleaning the connectors inside the battery compartment, top and bottom and then replace the rechargable batteries with disposable alkaline batteries and try again. If this works then the problem may be the rechargable battery pack.
If the actual batteries are working properly, a solution would be replaceing the batteries with others with more miliAmps. Also your problem could be a bad battery charger. I want to remind you that you need Li-Ion batteries for your type of camera and a Li-Ion battery charger.Try that and see if it helps you.If not try to explain what really happened and I'll try my best.