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How can I charge a 20 volt lithium battery without its charger? Can I use a laptop charger for it?


Angel why not purchase a 20 volt lithium battery charger . It is better than risking blowing up a laptop charger or the battery.
Google search
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Why so long when i'm charging my lenovo a1-07 ideapad


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It may or may not be a battery problem. A completely dead battery will not turn the green, red and blue lights on at all, like my bloated and dead original battery. This camera uses a custom lithium-polymer battery that built just for this camera. I don't think you can order one from Che-ez. But if you are savvy enough, you can re-build the battery by taking the old battery pack and the protection circuit board out with a soldering iron, keeping the plastic frame and replace the pack with a similar one that you can buy on ebay for less than US$10 by soldering it back on to the contacts on the frame. Just search "Lithium Polymer 380mAh" on ebay and that is the one that gave mine a second life. WARNING: Do it at your own risk, don't hold me liable if you lose a finger or more from mishandling the potentially explosive Li-ion battery pack. Good luck!

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S2 pro electronic malfunction?!?!


If your lithium batteries are depleted, having them in the camera will shut it down. A common cause of depleting the lithium batteries is leaving them in the camera while using the AC power adapter. For some odd reason, the Fuji engineers did not build in a disconnect circuit when on AC power. You should always remove the lithium batteries when using the AC adapter.

The Fuji S2 will run fine without the lithium batteries, except that you will not be able to use the built-in flash. Fuji recommends that as an "emergency" procedure, but I ran my S2 off NiMH AAs only for my heavy use over four years with no adverse effects.

If you buy the MB-16 battery pack or one of the modified versions for the S2, you would be able to use 8 AA batteries to power the camera, including the built-in flash, and never touch another lithium battery. The MB-16 itself does require some modification in filing off edges around the base and building up material around the post to firmly engage the switch you found.

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The Olympus CR-V3 lithium batteries will provide approximately 500 shots with typical usage (half of the images shot with flash/half without flash and minimal use of the LCD monitor). These batteries are not rechargeable.

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LB-01 CR-V3 lithium batteries


The Olympus CR-V3 lithium batteries will provide approximately 500 shots with typical usage (half of the images shot with flash/half without flash and minimal use of the LCD monitor). These batteries are not rechargeable.

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