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Even though the battery fully charges the camera, and it works.--The camera's battery dies out really fast.

It hasn't even been a year since my purchase of Exilim Casio camera. Seriously. I'd return it to Cosco right now; but my mom lost the receit to it. =[ So i can't.

My camera's battery is broken..?
I don't know whats wrong.

I charge it, and its fully charged.

It works fine and i leave it along for like 30minutes--or come to it the next day and its DEAD.

Battery?--its like 0bars out of 3.

Is there a way to fix this?

I'm never buying from casio ever again. Samsung ftw.

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Call tech support and tell them that you are having trouble with your battery and they will probably replace it for you free of charge.

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