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Mine is doing this too. Despite making several attempts to get a reply about this on this site, only other references to this selfsame question are forthcoming. My guess is the charger is gubbed and you need to go back to the seller if still inside warranty. In this case mine is Tantronics in the UK - the importer is Nevada radio, also UK.
A digital camera is like a mini computer. It guzzles battery and we should use good rechargeable AA batteries. A new pack of alkaline will not last long. I,ve used Sanyo Eneloop and also Maha PowerEX with success. Also, in order to conserve batteries, limit your LCD use and try using your optical viewfinder. Keep shooting.
Because digital cameras require such a high amount of current it is not recommended to use Alkaline batteries. My best suggestion would be to purchase rechargeable batteries that meet the following requirements.
(AA Rechargeable Batteries with a minimum of 1800mAh (or higher) Nickel MetalHydride 1.2V). or (Panasonic CR-V3 3V Lithium Battery)
I have the Maha c204f charger and two sets of 1600mA Powerex Batteries. Over the past two months I have found that this is a perfect set up for my use of my Oly 2040. The batteries fully charge in under 3 hours, don't have a "memory effect", can be left in the charger without damage, and will take over 100 pictures with liberal use of flash, LCD, reviewing, etc. The whole set-up will cost you about $50 from