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Battery not charging

Hello everyone When I first got this camera I fully charged its battery, when it drained, I put it on the charger again, the red light was on for a day but when I put it back in the camera it wasnt charged, I put it again in the charger and I also left it for a day and afterwards the red light was blinking, I tried it again but still the battery isnt charged, any idea? Thanks

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  • Tariq Othman Aug 04, 2007

    Hello Skipper, thank you for replying.

    It was only the second time I recharge it, its not dead because when I try it after the attempt of recharging, the camera switches on, says low battey and switching off again.

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TRY GETTING ALKALINE BATTERYS OR LITHIUM BATTERIES YOU NEED BATTERIES THAT ARE RECHARGABLE

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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I buy a lot of broken Exilim cameras on eBay. The NP-20 battery a lot of times won't charge with the Casio charger. I have an aftermarket charger, bought on eBay for $8 or so, that seems to put a little more current into it, and bring it back to life. The Casio charger then works ok on it. Or, a new battery will work as suggested.

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You need a new battery. That battery goes dead maybe its a factory defect its very rare this to happen but try to contact the Company to ask if you have a warranty for this unit. One more thing make sure that your charger is functioning.

Posted on Aug 04, 2007

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