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Go to the GE website, consult your manual if you still have it, go to RadioShack and see if they might have a replacement charging cord. Maybe at the GE website you can order the charging cord. Good luck.
if you use the lcd screen a lot, which i know i do, it really shortens the battery life. good to carry extras, NimH batteries have a shorter life but can be recharged 100s of times.... try different sets and let me know if any particular set gives you less life than the others. Sometimes NimH batteries go bad, usually the charger lights will reveal this when you go to charge them... but one bad battery will greatly shorten the battery life. you are lucky the camera gives you the option of using either, so you could, say you were at disney world and your nimh were dead, pickup some AA to get you thru the day. rsvp ;)
I got this camera from my friend's daughter. She told me she only used it a few times and won't charge. At first, I tried to charge it thru the USB port, got a brief green light then 3 red blinks just like others. So, I tried to charge it thru a powered USB hub and it charges. Once it fully charged, I took some pictures and tried to charge it again thru a regular USB (not the powered USB hub I used earlier) and it is charging right now. This is also true for a certain cell phones. If you let the battery drained its power completely all the way, you must charge it with a high current charger to wake up the battery before you can charge thru USB port.