I too have the same problem, The camera isn't charging. just took the original one back to argos that I had for Christmas and exchanged it today for an identical model, that had the same problem too, Seems to be a commom fault.
Would be nice to find the reason.
Hi there I have the same problem. I rang Casio Customer Service today on 020 8452 7253 Mon-Fri 08:00-18:00 & Sat 08:00 - 16:00. They were very helpful. There is a known fault with a particular batch of batteries and they are sending me out a new one. Should be with me within 3-4 days & they are confident it will solve the problem. This is my second Casio I have had too!
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Try this, it worked for me:- Obtain a desktop style charger for the LI 70B battery and charge it separately from the camera. I got a charger at very low cost on eBay. I THINK that the original camera plus original charger won't cope with deeply discharged batteries. I also suggest making sure that the Auto-Power-Down is also switched ON in future. Good Luck.
There are two versions of the Syma S107. The original and BEST version is the one that has the rectangle slot on the throttle, with a ball on the right joystick. The 'cheaply made for Christmas 2010' models have an inferior build quality. Most of them have wobble problems, mainly caused by an off-centre flybar.
If you have a transmitter with a ball on the left AND the right of the joystick bases, then you have a cheap and nasty model. Also, the cheap 'CMFC2010' model has a round charging socket instead of the correct Syma square. The plug on the cheap one is also a round coaxial plug/socket affair.
I have had (and returned) four of the later Christmas models now as they all had different faults. However, I exchanged one for a 'real McCoy original' Syma and after four charges, it took off on its own (no signal from transmitter as it wasn't on) and went berserk. Then it just lost all motor functions, like a drunk student.
It goes back to ModelZone tomorrow for a refund as I still have the S031. My next little heli will be a Blade MSR.
i had the same problem with my samsung s800 camera (from new!!!) draining batteries quickly and then being left with the lense out, i took the camera back to where i got it from (argos) and after being asked if i was sure i was putting charged batteries in they sent it away for repair and it turned out that the lense mechanism was broken, i think they charged me £10 to get it fixed but i have had no problems since then.
try to put regular batteries in it to reset it and if it turn on shut it off and take out your SD card turn it back on and go to the menu screen and format it and then reset it, it should work after that if not all i can say to do is to send it in to sansung and have them fix it.