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Battery won't charge

I have the Nikon Coolpix S570 and my bettery will not recharge. I have had the camera for less than a year and have not had any problems up until a few weeks ago when I tried recharging the battery. The light on the charger indicates that it is charges but when I put the battery into the camera and turn the camera on the camera goes off due to battery exhausted. Is this something I can fix or must I purchase a new battery?

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Yes your battery are finish they can not hold the charge put new one on charge for 12 hrs not less
if there not fully charge it is your battery charger
defective....

hope that will help
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Posted on May 27, 2010

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