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On off mode light blink and battery discharge in d 90 nikon

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Nikon is on Wilshire in Los Angeles do not try to fix your D90 by yourself it is a complicated computer they fix it for free if it is under warranty and they send it back to your house when repaired.
PS it cost more when you take it elsewhere small repair shops send it to Nikon too. Good luck.

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On off mode light blink and battery discharge


This is an indication of a short in the DC to DC board in the bottom of the camera, either from a floating screw or impact damage. Unfortunately, Nikon stopped selling parts over a year ago to everyone. You can remove the bottom cover (remove back cover first) by gently prying up the rubber covering screws on the bottom. Pry up just a small section and then put some alcohol at the attached edge and move it back and forth slowly with a removal tool. If you just rip off the rubber it will stretch and will not fit back properly. Check the board very carefully with a magnifier. There is a small surface mount IC with 6 pins that usually blows on this board. You may be able to find the board on EBay but they have been drying up on Nikon parts.

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Will not charge


Every rechargeable battery has a certain cycles of charging and discharging the battery. Not two batteries have the same life time. The amount of cycles a battery can have, can be influenced by the user. If you leave a battery without charging or discharging for months or even years, the lifetime can be shortened. That is why most of the time you get warranty on the equipment, but almost never on a battery. (sometimes a warranty of 90 days is given on a battery.)
Still when a battery won't charge, you could check all the parts in the chain. The AC / DC power convertor / charger the power cable.
When the light on the charger comes on, you can assume the charger is working.
If you can charge the battery in the camera everything looks the same. As soon as the green light comes on (starts to flash slow) you can assume the AC adopter is working. The charging of a fully discharged battery should take about 4 hours.
If the green light does not flash at all, check the adopter and check the USB cable. Be aware as long as the cable is in the camera, it can't be switched on. So before testing if the battery is charged, remove the USB cable.
Last but not least, if you have a multimeter, you could try to measure the voltage of the battery. It should be a little above the 3.7 volt that is printed on the battery. If not you can be sure the battery is no good at all.

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Battery exhausted won'y charge


Every rechargeable battery has a certain cycles of charging and discharging the battery. Not two batteries have the same life time. The amount of cycles a battery can have, can be influenced by the user. If you leave a battery without charging or discharging for months or even years, the lifetime can be shortened. That is why most of the time you get warranty on the equipment, but almost never on a battery. (sometimes a warranty of 90 days is given)
Still when a battery won't charge, you could check all the parts in the chain. The AC / DC power convertor / charger the power cable.
When the light on the charger comes on, you can assume the charger is working.
With your camera you charge the battery in the camera. Looks almost the same. As soon as the green light comes on (starts to flash slow) you can assume the AC adopter is working. The charging of a fully discharged battery should take about 4 hours.
If the green light goes not flash at all, check the adopter and check the USB cable. Be aware as long as the cable is in the camera, it can't be switched on. So before testing if the battery is charged, remove the USB cable.
Last but not least, if you have a multimeter, you could try to measure the voltage of the battery. It should be a little above the 3.7 volt that is printed on the battery. If not you can be sure the battery is no good at all.

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What exposure mode(s)? What focus mode(s)?

Set the camera to Manual exposure (turn the mode dial to "M") and turn off the autofocus (switch the lever on the front from "AF" to "M"). Does the camera take a picture now? Don't worry about getting a proper exposure or focus. We're just trying to see whether the camera takes a picture at all.

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A blinking green light means the charger is charging the battery. A steady green light (same LED) means that charging is complete. If the light never stops blinking and we assume that your charger is working correctly, you may have a defective battery. Rechargeable batteries do not last forever. After a few years, there ability to take and hold a charge declines. It may be time to buy a new battery.

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contact to nikon you have the warranty.

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have you changed your batterys recentley as digital camras work better with rechargable batterys

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