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MyCasio exilim 2.0 won't charge!

My Casio Exilim is the smaller one, 2.0 megapixels. Have had it a while. When I put it in the cradle I think the red light usually comes on, then goes to green when it has charged. Right now it does nothing when I put it in the cradle. If I press the right hand button, a green light flashes once on my camera (not on the cradle)  but still no charge. How do I charge it?

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  • hellllga May 22, 2008

    i went 2 plug in my casio exilim earlier today. it hasent been used in a few months but when i pluged it in the red light didnt come on . it didnt charge at all

    I dont know what's wrong with the camera

  • pitythefoo Jul 09, 2008

    My EX-S2 has the same issue - I bought a new battery for it - no luck. With the new battery in (which has a partial charge), the light below the viewfinder stays lit, but the camera doesn't power up. With the old battery in, the light below the viewfinder only lights up when the camera is in the cradle. None of the cradle lights go on anymore.

  • sunlvr357 Aug 17, 2008

    when i put my camera on the cradle the red light flashes. when i press the button to turn it on the green light flashes once and then the camera dosnt turn on. and i just bought a brand new battery because i thought that was the problem!PLEASE HELP

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Juat wondering if you have a casio exilim ex-s2 that you would want to sell for parts? Or if you know anyone that has one?
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