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The battery is no longer good. You will need to buy a new battery. Don't over charge your batteries. They all vary. Expensive cordless tools will come with a charger that shuts off automatic to prevent over charging. I own cheap Skill drills that has served me well. These batteries lasted over 11years. It makes no sense. They should not have lasted more than 5 yrs., even 2yrs. I make sure I never over charged them, but they should not last that long. Freaky. Your battery is dead forever, sorry. I have others just like yours waiting to be recycled.
Ten months ur camera still under warrenty,call and talk to the Canon customer services.Ten months the camera litum battery should not have ben in trouble already,could be the transformer or the power A/C cord adaptor itself it is not functions properly for the battery to be charging or it could be damages to the A/c power cord itself than it is not taking in the A/C power juices to charges the litium battery.Litium Ion battery last at least a 1 1/2 or 2 years by of 8 hrs of charging and able to used the equipments for the battery juices like 2 1/2 to 3 hrs of battery power to be used.
This would happen if the battery is busted ("memory effect", even if the newer batteries are touted to be immune - I found out this to be untrue).
The battery is behaving like a water reservoir - you pour in charge, you take out charge. Your battery is now full of silt, so that as soon as very little charge is added, the voltage immediately goes up, making the charging circuit believe the battery is full. But there's only drops in it.
A new KLIC-7001 battery (or compatible) should go for around ten bucks, and you can find compatible batteries up to 900 mAh - which should last appreciably longer than the original - for maybe twice that.
Being over 5 years, I know these batteries don't last that long typically. But even if you change the battery this problem still occurs, I see: http://www.fixya.com/support/t2397503-sennheiser_tr130_headphones_hdr130
Get your multimeter and try measuring the battery voltage when they were out and when they were in with the thing turned on. If the volts don't change more than millivots (small), then it's not the batteries. Check the REC OUT to make sure it's not set to PHONO it should be on SOURCE. You should be able to hear a little bit of static if it's normal. Did you try changing channels? I thought the channel switch was a
rotating knob, but it's not -- it's a push button that toggles from 1
to 2 to 3, and takes a few seconds to auto-fine tune on the frequency.
Try changing the frequency and waiting five to ten seconds between
button pushes to see what happens.
You really should get some new batteries if the above information doesn't resolve it, new AAA rechargeable batteries should.
my xda orbit is loosing charge quickly too, if i find a soloution ill wb.
im going to try a thorough clean of the motherboard, scratch connections etc and a hard reset.
looking like a new battery may be in order though..
think there £5 on ebay..
This sounds very much to me like a short circuit causing the batteries to drain so quickly. The most common cause would be moisture or water damage. Another likely cause could be a malfunction of the control circuits causing the unusual power drain. ie the camera may be continuously charging the flash.
It may be time to consider this camera has seen better days and find a replacement, unless of course it is still under a warranty.
how old is your phone ? i am assuming its an old phone so it is time to change the battery...you will see that batter is slightly puffed or out of shape ...in that case you should immediately change it
if its a new phone....then check if blue tooth is on or off....it should be off....and if you use the phone a lot then also the batter will run out in 3 hrs and 30 minutes of talk time...playing music as well as keeping the camera on for a long time will drain the batter
so it depends on how you use it ....if you have more question we will take it from there