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DIGITRON 69-4008-8 camcorder/ camera. Can't recharge the battery

After the battery power ran-out first time, it took all overnight to get full recharged. But it got empty in the middle of recording, and I lost the recorded part. I bluged-it-in for more than a day but noway to get any power in. I bought a new battery ($ 50 can-from The Sorce shop). same thing happen again. (the camira was on spicial at canadianTire shop, I lost the recipt since ben bought last year.)

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I actually have a spare from a camera that I had to return because of battery issues and thinking it was something wrong with the camera itself, but here's my e-mail if you would pay for shipping it to you, I just realized that I have two power adapters for the camera. portly_317@hotmail.com is my e-mail, so e-mail me and we can work something out.

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

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Check to make sure that the battery is seated properly and check the battery posts for wear and tear or corrosion.

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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The battery in the camera is likely not a rechargable one. Check the print on the battery. Mine was not so I assume your is not as well. The maker of the camera was pretty cheap not supplying a rechargable battery, for the price they ask for the camera.

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maybe you sd card is locked try UN-locking it :D

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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