Question about Kodak EasyShare M575 Digital Camera
Still my guess is your battery is dead. There must be a reason you never get any guaranty on a battery. I do have two Kodak batteries KLIC-5001 from 2005. Both working as if they were new. But I also had to trow away (chemical waste) lots of NiMH rechargeable batteries, before they were one year old. From a very good brand. They never survived more than 25 charge cycles.
It could be, the contacts of your battery or the contacts in the battery holder of your camera are dirty or oxidised. Make sure the contacts are clean and shiny. Don't clean with a sharp tool. Just a dry cloth. I once found a little paper in the battery compartment, that disabled my camera for quite a while.
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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