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Battery I have a sanyo vpc-t700 digital camera and I can't recharge the battery. I have left it plugged in for 2 days and 1 night. Please let me know what you think is wrong.

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Re: Battery

Sounds like your battery is bad. You can purchase a replacement online for much cheaper than normal stores. Nickel Metal Hydride and lithium ion batteries commonly used in cameras can go bad, sometimes a power surge or nother electrical anomaly can render a good battery unchargable. You're only course of action in this case is replacing the battery.

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