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Battery/battery charger whenever i plug the battery charger into an outlet, the red light will come on for less than a second and then go off. the light does this almost every time i plug it in!

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Sounds like you're having a problem with your charger. Send camera, battery, charger and power cable into repairs and they can check it for you.

Casio America Repair Center
Atten: NP20 battery
570 Mount Pleasant Ave
Dover, NJ 07801

Include a copy of your sales receipt with your contact information so they can send it back to ya.

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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If you are really concerned about your battery, consider getting a basic volt meter to check the voltage of your battery. They can be bought for less than 20 dollars and will show you exactly what the voltage level of your battery is. If after 24 hours of charging your battery should have at least 12 volts (ideally 13-14 volts) and as long as it is over 12 volts it will work. If it is not at or above 12 volts you should consider replacing the battery. If your unit starts to malfunction while you are fishing, it would not come as a surprise that the voltage has dropped down to 11 volts or lower.
If the charger is plugged into the wall and battery, and you get a blinking light on the charger, it is very likely that the battery is faulty and should be replaced.
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