Question about Casio EXILIM Card EX-S770 Digital Camera
Tear off two small pieces of aluminum foil, each one no larger than a fingernail. Fold each one into the same size as the contact points on the Casio Exilim battery you want to jumpstart. Place them on that battery and press them onto the battery contact points. The aluminum foil pieces should protrude enough from the Exilim battery to touch the jumping battery. Then take a 9-volt battery, match the positive and negative terminals to the Exilim battery, and press the 9-volt onto the pieces of foil that protrude from the Exilim battery. Keep the batteries together for about 30 seconds; you may feel the Exilim battery become slightly warmer. Then put the Exilim battery into the charger; you should now see a steady red light with no blinking. This method worked for me.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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