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When the camera is switched on, the battery condition is displayed on the LCD monitor. There is a little battery, with 3, 2, 1 or no bars in it, indicating Full; 3 bars, Low capacity; two bars, one bar and none bar. In all three cases, you should be prepared to recharge the battery. But if really there are no bars, don't shoot pictures anymore,
Recharge or place a spare battery, if you do have one (or more)
I just got the exact IcedTea maker that you have (model TM4) from Mr. Coffee. I think that we were both trying to make it work the same way, which is wrong. The plastic pitcher goes on the bottom, while the part that plugs in with the button&indicator light goes on the top. Put water in the pitcher to the indicated water line and then pour it into the part with the metal basket. I didn't have any directional sheet either so I didn't know that the water goes in there. I thought the water would be gently warmed while in the plastic pitcher. After pouring water into the heating part, fill the pitcher with ice to indicated level (about 2 ice cube trays). Place the heating part with the button&indicator light on top of the plastic pitcher and cover it with the white lid. Push the button and it will heat the water and dispense the brewed tea into the pitcher thru a valve. The indicator light will go off when the brewing process is done. The entire manual can be downloaded from going to: http://www.mrcoffee.com/manuals/MrCoffee/tm4.pdf I hope this helps you if you still have the item. I bought mine to give my daughter while in college. I really like that it is so space saving compared to many that I am finding in stores today. Good luck and happy brewing!!! Susan
A blinking battery bar indicates that the camera thinks the batteries are nearly discharged. If you're using fresh batteries, check and make sure that the battery contacts, both on the battery cover and down inside the camera are clean and shiny -- no corrosion. Clean them if necessary and try new batteries again. If you still have flashing battery bars, there may be something wrong in the internals.
there is no "bar graph" to show you battey condition. However, it will warn you when they are getting low. You can still take many pictures with after low bat. indicators are flashing. You can take like 300 pics. with the camera.
I spent a week in on vacation & took 100's of pics. & looked at them later, on the same set of batteries (Not rechargeable bat. either).
Had the same problem today with my daughter's Fuji A820 displaying "Zoom Error" at switch on with the lens remaining in the body of the camera and not extending.
I am told this has occured once before while still under warranty and after 2 months at the repair centre.
Before dismantling it I thought I would get a few ideas from this site, and what worked for me was to press the ON button, and at the same time smacking the camera VERY solidly into the palm of my free hand similar to cleaning out a mouth organ. The lens came out immediately and continued to work until I demonstrated to my daughter the corrective action I took ( Gave it another good smacking) where-upon it stopped working again. Another dose of the same medicine corrected it again,
My daughter indicates she has never dropped the camera but could well have given it a good jolting whilst it was in her handbag which she tends to throw on the front seat of her car when getting into it to drive somewhere. This may be the cause of the malfunction in the first place.
Hope this of some help to anyone grasping at things to try.
Could be either.
If on switch on again the indicator is full and you get more work done then its a camera fault.
If when you switch on again the battery remains flat then this could be the camera fault too the flash capacitor showing signs of distress.
On the other hansd the battery could be nearing the end it useful life.
How much is a new battery?