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Charged battery but wont turn on

My exilim z75 isnt turning on. I charged my battery for a night and morning and still wont work. help??

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When you plugged in the battery did the red light flash? If it did that means your battery doesn't work anymore and you need a new one. This happened to me, and I bought a new one from best buy. It costs about $50. Hope this helps!

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