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At times when I press the upper left view button to redisplay a picture that has timed out the picture does not reappear and the battery level indicator shows fully discharged and is blinking. A new fully charged battery does the same thing. If I turn the camera off completely and then back on I can then redisplay a picture with the view button but the same problems recurrs after a few more shots. Ted

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  • Ted1934 Mar 05, 2008

    I have tried alternate good batteries. I am going to try another lens as it may be the contacts on this lens not making full connection at all times. Thanks for your help. Ted

  • Ted1934 Mar 09, 2008

    Thank you Canada Bruce. I currently have the camera at a local repair shop awaiting diagnosis. Expect an answer on Tuesday. Sorry I can not try your recommended fix right now. it sounds very plausible. Thank you very much for your suggestions. Ted

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Try a reset of the camera, and also reformat the SD card.  Then, turn the camera off and back on.  
Check you battery info under the set-up menu, when you can see if the life of the battery may be too old.
Good luck.

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I think you should replace your camera battary with suaitable one.

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