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Battery charge Just recently bought new batteries. I just completely charged the batteries last night. I put them in my camera this morning and there is only one bar left on the charge,

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Re: battery charge

I called Kodak last night, they told me to turn the camera off, then remove the batteries and the memory card then wait ten seconds then reinstall both. Then turn the camera back on.... IT WORKED~ try it!!

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