Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC FT4 / FT4 Digital Camera
That means your batteries are died. You have to buy new batteries. Has happened to me before too.
Posted on Jan 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Charging Problem
Sounds like the circuitry that controls the charging of the battery has gotten damaged. You can try using regular non-rechargeable batteries if the camera can use them. Otherwise you will have to find another way to charge the batterys, if you can find an external charger for the batteries that should work too. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 26, 2007
SOURCE: Panasonic lumixDMC-FX7 camera
Could be either. If on switch on again the indicator is full and you get more work done then its a camera fault. If when you switch on again the battery remains flat then this could be the camera fault too the flash capacitor showing signs of distress. On the other hansd the battery could be nearing the end it useful life. How much is a new battery?
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
Those are the symptoms of a battery that has been charged many times or has been allowed to completely discharge once or twice. Try some new ones.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Hello. If you suspect this is a lens problem ,I agree. I've had good results tapping the camera into the palm of my hand while its trying to open. Also try conecting your transfer cable to the camera and then press the power button, this keeps the viewing screen turned off sending full power to the lens mechanism. Lastly,and I should have mentioned it first,If you have a piece of exposed photo film,cut a small strip and work it in the gaps between the lens barrels to try to remove anything which may be stuck in there
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
It sounds like your battery has reached the end of its usable life. You have done very well to get several years worth of use out of the original battery, but it's time to buy a replacement battery and recycle the old one.
From page 9 of the user manual for this camera (click here for user manual), this camera uses a model DMW-BCE10PP lithium ion rechargeable battery.
Luckily, this model of battery is currently on-sale at Amazon.com for $19.77 as of 2:45AM Feb 17, 2011! (click here for link)
Disclaimer: Please note that I have done my best to try to provide the correct information about the type of battery that you need and with the troubleshooting of your issue; however, there is still a chance that that I have not correctly diagnosed the issue and that the battery I suggested above may fix the issue or even may not work with your camera. Please double-check my diagnosis before purchasing anything!
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Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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