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Manual needed for Vivitar Rapid Travel Charger Item # VIV-QC-105 Specific question: How long do I charge the battery? The light is currently Green. Do I wait until it turns a different color or starts flashing? Insights appreciated.

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First of all I would make sure that the battery is in correctly. There should be an arrow on the battery that should line up with a plus sign on the battery door. Once the battery is installed correctly then place the camera on the charger and the light should be a solid red. If that still doesn't work then I would be more inclined to think that you may have a defective charger. I would call Casio repairs and see what they can do to help you.

Posted on Jul 17, 2007

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I do not know this particular camera but it is not usual to take a battery charge from the computer. Charger plug in the the household supply. Is this one different? There is usually a more comprehensive manual in PDF on the disk- have you checked that out. Finally get on to customer support, if you feel you are getting nowhere. I would like to know more about the battery charger.

Posted on Aug 03, 2007

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I have the DMC-TZ1. The charger is labelled "Panasonic DE-A25 battery charger". It has 3 contacts where the battery fits in. With no battery in place, the voltage between the top and middle pins is 2.61 V. The voltage between the middle and bottom pins is 2.19 V. Check those voltages. If they are very different from mine, I rather think the charger is not working. You can buy the batteries for very low prices on ebay from Hong Kong and other asian sources, but I've been told by someone who tried them that they do not work. Perhaps you have run into one of those. If you can find someone else with the same battery, a quick swap will tell you if your camera is okay. I got my camera on ebay and it works perfectly.

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

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I have to agree with the previous commenters who called the support line- I was off the phone in less than 5 minutes with a new battery shipped free of charge. 1-800-435-7732

Congrats casio- I'm buying my next one from you too.

Posted on Nov 07, 2007

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Hola!!!!!
i had exactly the same problem!!!. I bought my exilim Z77 camera in america almost 8 months ago and on my 5 month i charged the battery and it seemed never to charge completelly. The red light of the charger was blinking all the time. I called customer service and they replaced the batery. This is totally free if u are on the year warantee.So yeah ... the problem is the batery not the charger

hope this can help

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My hesh 2 will not charge the light does not come on when trying to charge


A possible answer is the battery has failed or has become too low in voltage.
Many equipment these days have the new Li-ion or Li-polymer batteries which hold a high charge and are light weight but require a specific charge up routine as they can get "unhappy".
The charger circuit determines when it has reached max charge and stops, but also it will sense if a battery is to low or under a point which it can recharge it.
This is because the charger would have to exceed its maximum safe current so stops, this is a problem because many imported equipment now will have no OFF switch only a standby situation, this causes a very low power drain which can over time deplete a battery below this point.
The only other obvious item would be its charger unit is working which needs to be checked, I would assume like most things its a 5v plug in item with a mini/micro usb plug socket setup you can get testers to show if they are giving out a voltage or your nearest electronic shop.

Though most answers are because of the battery condition than any other so it may need a service.

Hope this helps

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Do i need the battery adapter for my vivitar 283


The 283 and 285 require an adapter to hold the 4 AA batteries. This is because there is an available battery pack NC-3 (NiCad) that works with the Charge-15 rapid charger. Loose AA batteries cannot be used without the adapter known as AP-1. They are all over eBay and quite reasonably priced.

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How I can charge my batteries on my Vivitar Vivicam 8025 if I don't have a battery charger?


Yes, you may charge the battery through the USB connection. Bear in mind that not all computer USB ports put out enough current to charge batteries. You may also use an AC-powered USB charger, such as used for some cell phones.

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Ineed to find a wall charger for a vivitar digetal camera,where can i buy one


You can almost always find a replacement charger for your electronic device on EBay for a reasonable price.

Just go to EBAY.COM and enter the model number of your camera along with the word CHARGER and you should see a compatible item available for your camera.

Here are a few links to some random VIVITAR CAMERA CHARGERS currently available on EBay:


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vivitar-vivicam-8300s-8300-travel-wall-AC-charger-8-1MP-/190357769376?pt=Batteries_Chargers&hash=item2c52350ca0





http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Battery-Charger-fit-Vivitar-Vivicam-6330s-5350s-6385U-/220885781410?pt=Batteries_Chargers&hash=item336dd18ba2





http://www.ebay.com/itm/Charger-VIVITAR-DVR-840XHD-DVR840XHD-DVR-7300X-NP60-/140573804795?pt=Batteries_Chargers&hash=item20bada08fb



Just use your mouse to click on the links, which are the three underlined and blue highlighted text sections just above.

This will open new web browser pages automatically for you and allow you to view the different items and information at the website indicated.


As I said earlier, you will need to know the exact model number of your camera in order to find the correct charger for it. Then once you find an appropriate item that you wish to buy, just open an EBAY account to purchase the item, as well as a PAYPAL account to safely pay for it online. Both of these accounts are completely free to open, and are a very reliable and secure way to purchase items online.

I truly hope that was helpful to you.


Good luck and take care.


Joe.



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Hi I have the vivitar vivicam 8025 dont have my manual want to know how to charge my battery


First off, you can download a PDF version of the manual from the manufacturer at: http://www.vivitar.com/files_products/13/VC8025%20User%20Manual.pdf
If you don't have a PDF viewer, you can download one from: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf/reader/ (just click download under the free version)
For your convenience I've pasted the relevant information about charging the batteries from the above manual:
Please charge the battery as below 2 methods: A. Charge with USB cable Insert the lithium battery into your camera correctly, and connect your camera to computer with USB cable. The red LED of camera will be light on indicating that your camera is in charging status, the LED willbe off when charge full.
B. Charge with supplied charger Your camera is supplied a compatible charger for you, you are only required to put the battery into charger and charge the lithium battery directly from electrical outlet

Please leave feedback if this was helpful. Thanks.

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From page 7 of the manual, you have two choices.

You can charge the battery with the USB cable, connecting the camera to a computer. Bear in mind that not all USB ports put out enough current to charge a battery.

You can use the supplied battery charger. Put the battery in the charger and plug the charger into a wall outlet.

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The rapid rate charger WPLN41__ will typically charge a battery in 90-120 minutes. Your battery should be depleted or nearly depleted when you place it in the charging stand. Be certain your radio is always turned off, when charging an attached battery. The NiMH battery will generally go 12-16 hours on a charge when new. If you work an eight hour shift, you might see if the radio will go 2 days on a charge. Later as the battery ages, you will need to charge it nightly. (Think of putting it in the charger as putting it to bed at night.)

Rapid charging is necessary on NiMH and Li-Ion batteries. They require a "hotter" charger, a fast rate, to completely charge the battery. It will not harm this chemistry of battery. It is safe to leave the battery on the charger overnight, or for a weekend. We would not recommend leaving the battery on the charger longer periods of time, as that will age the battery and reduce its life.

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