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Hello Dead Battery, Well this sounds pretty easy compared to most questions I get. If the camera says the battery is dead, then the battery is dead !! the problem with batteries is they loose their capacity over time. The charger can not put any more in it and says it is charged. Just get a new one and give it a full charge and this should do the trick. Best Regards, Russell
That sounds like your battery could be dead/not hold a charge. If you've charged your battery already and your camera still won't stay off and turns off right away, it's time to purchase a new battery for your Samsung TL105.
Hi , if your camera wont turn on with the power pack
you may try another one or battery that you no they are full charged, probly your battery charger is dead
if that not works you may have a problem whit your camera
hope that help
try replacing the battery. Check best buy, radioshack or other camera dealers for a battery. Possible deadcell battery. These lith-ion batteries die with no warning. If there is no change, the camera is defective!! hopefully htis helps
I had the same problem that the green light turned on then the red one, even though the camera batteries where new.
I found a solution for this problem, hope it works for all as it did for me.
The link shows the images of the steps you need to follow to fix this problem. This problem actually is from low batteries or low voltage in the camera, but its not because the batteries are dead, it is because the batteries don't have a good contact with the metal conductors in the camera.
In the images you can see that the camera has a plastic cover for the battery contacts, so the way to fix it is to remove that plastic cover with a small screwdriver, and pop in the new batteries.
With that it should fix the problem. Hope it works.
sounds like a dead battery. Plug the origional charger into it and the front led (below the flash) should flash red. If the red led in the back of the camera flashes or stays lit, then you have the wrong charger plugged in. (the camera won't power up if the back red/green led is on when plugged in)