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My camera and charger are completly dead...but i know the battery is charged.

I used the camera the day before and it still had 3/4 of the battery left....i set it on to the charger when i got home and the next day both were completely dead. could it b my battery? i dont know? please help...

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Re: My camera and charger are completly dead...but i know...

What lights are on your charger? Is the red light steady? If it is flashing call casio tech support and tell them that your battery won't charge. THey may be able to help you out. More than likely they will send up sending you to repairs.

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