Question about GE Cameras
Camera was working fine batteries went low put it to charge and when tried to use it again camera wont turn on anymore ..... just got it about a week ago
Some problem have
Posted on Apr 06, 2017
Rosa, I think the only thing you did was get out the batteries and tried to charge them and then jut put them back in the camera.
Only a few things could have gone wrong.
One or more cells could have died, during charging. It can happen, special with batteries that have a uneven use. Like once or twice a year the camera comes out the box and then the batteries are charged. Even when you don't use he camera, make it a habit to charge the batteries every few months.
Then it could be your batteries are still in good shape and fully charged, but you put in one or more calls the wrong way around.
Please check carefully if all the cells are inserted correct.
If nothing works, and you can't check the voltage of your batteries, try another set of batteries.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First: thank you, for suggesting battery terminals. It was failing to power on intermittently for some time; the problem became more-and-more frequent until it would not come on at all. Cleaning the terminals saved my camera! Second: for others, let me suggest plain old pencil erasers as a good way to clean electrical contacts (something I learned from HO model railroads as a kid). A vigorous rub with the brand new eraser on the end of a pencil cleaned the battery contacts inside the camera.
Posted on Jul 29, 2006
SOURCE: Battery Dont Charge
jpierre's solution (in another thread) was right on the money. Touch
the positive (+)end of the 9v battery to the positive (+) end of the
camera battery.Leave them touching for a few seconds (10 seconds should
be more thansufficient). Seems these lithium-ion batteries are subject
to a'digital memory.' Subjecting it to a volt surge almost three
timeshigher seems to clear it.
In short, it works like a charm.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
SOURCE: SONY CYBERSHOT DSCW-5 PROBLEMS..
I had The Same Problem!
I talked to sony and They Gave me a solution.
Reset The Camera!
To Do This
Turn on the Camera (So it stays on at least)
Press The Menu Button
Go down to Setup 1
Go to Initialize
There should be a menu that says Cancel or Ok, press ok
Turn on the Camera
and It worked for me =)
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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