Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ7 Digital Camera
Camera appears to be dead after an Ni-MH and an Ni-Cd battery were put in the camera together by mistake.
I have tried a pair of Ni-MH. No luck.
Is it repairable? What is likely to have 'blown'?
Thanks for any help.
Warwick, New Zealand
Its not good for the batteries to combine different types but it shouldn't have affected the camera as the voltage they produce is the same. Try a couple of Eveready AA lithium batteries.
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