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Charging problems Will not charge. Plus, charge light will not light up anymore. Only charged once.

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  • hector81 Jan 13, 2008

    Camera only took charge once or twice. Let it charge over night and it didn't take charge. When it was first plugged in, the red light blinked a few times then it just stayed on.

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Check the posts, I already posted something, but you have to make sure the battery "arrow" lines up with the negative, positive, and capital T in the camera. The battery may be upside down. The writing on the battery should be facing up.

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