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My camera won't turn on

For the past couple of months, our camera battery has been running out quite often. It recharges, but not for long. We left our camera last night at a friends house with lots of kids and we're not sure if something happened to it or what, but when we picked it up, the video light is on, but other than that, the camera is non-responsive. We plugged it in to charge, but the charge light doesn't even come on.

Any guidance would be greatly appreciated!

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If you can test the battery seperately do so. i favor using a voltmeter.

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