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Hello due, your battery is dead or the battery circuit has an issue -just as mine-.
You can of course get rid of this problem by yourself if you have some skills...
Check this out: http://www.fixya.com/support/t190081-jabra_bt250v_indicator_light_doesnt
If it is the circuit, then continue reading... "The circuit on
the internal battery has an issue and I cannot measure the voltage
through it correctly. The battery reads 3,55 V, while the circuit reads
0,55 V. So, I have the same problem as above then... A blue flash and
nothing else, no charge... I am going to remove the circuit of the
battery and connect it
directly to the charger pins. I believe this will not cause any issues.
At least, I will be able to charge the headset this way. I will post
once more should this method fails." This is my solution. And it worked. The headset in the cradle is looking at me with blue light on -charging!- Don't forget to take it out of the cradle after 2 hours as there is nothing there to protect the battery any longer.
I found this while trying to solve my exact same problem.. It worked for me after about 7 times. Some other people on the site said it worked for them after 20 times. Good luck!
My NP 20 gave me the flashing red light of death and I got Casio to replace it. Then I had the same problem with my second NP 20 so I dug around for a way to fix it and I found the following advice on a site called FixYa. It worked instantly and I didn't risk ruining my battery. ylu1 writes: I had the same problem as this. what i did was... i kept putting the battery on the charger then took it off as soon as the red light came on. i did this about 6 times. doing this puts a bit of charge in the battery each time before the charger starts to flash. after the battery as got enough charge in it it can start to charge. hope this helps.
Were you having problems with short battery life before this happened? Most of the time if the battery is not recharging it needs to be replaced. Have never seen the red flashing light before though. It may mean that the battery has shorted out.
Here is how you fix the problem (without using a 9V battery method...).
The battery doesn't charge because it's been fully discharged.
What you do is you put the camera into the cradle. Now you see that the Red LED comes on solid for a while. It's charging for a few seconds. Then it starts blinking. When it does that - TAKE THE CAMERA OUT of the cradle.
Now put the camera back and repeat. Do this six or eight times. Each time what's happening is that the battery is getting a tiny bit of charge. After 8 times the LED will come on red and stay solid red.
i have not used my camera since June, when i went to charge the battery the other night the Red light just kept flashing even after leaving it for 8 hours, i can get pictures from it which are stored in it but the shutter will not open whilist in and out of the cradle.
One problem I know of is the battery for your camera should be model NP-20 not model NP-40. The NP-20 has 650mAh. I would exchange your new battery for the correct model battery, and see if this works. If this doesn't work I would try cleaning the battery terminals in the camera, and if that doesn't work go ahead and try a new charger.