Question about Kodak EasyShare M853 Digital Camera
I left my camera hooked up to my computer for days now i have power but a blank screen
Normally you don't over charge a battery, when it is charged for some extra hours. The electronics should stop the current. And when your computer is still working it should not have killed your camera. But be aware that as long as the camera is attached to a computer or a charger you can't switch it on.
Depending on how old your battery is and how it is used in the past, the battery could be gone. But it is not only to blame on the last charge cycle. Try measuring the voltage of the battery with a multi meter. The voltage should be a few tenths of a vat above the voltage printed in the battery.
I think your battery will be like 3,7 volt, and when charged the multi meter should read 4 volt. Anything below 3,7 volt means the battery is dead. (at least not fit for your camera)
It is better and safer to charge the battery on an external charger in the future.
Posted on Jan 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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