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Re: exz700 wont charge
When you put in on the charger the light should stay a solid red color. If it blinks that means you are having a battery issue. If the light doesn't come on at all then you either don't have it plugged into the wall outlet or you are having a charger issue. Either way you need to call tech support and they can either replace the battery for you or have you send in your charger to have repairs look at it to see if there is something wrong with it.
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Bruce, you didn't provide a lot of information but I can tell you that the few times this has ever happened on my Nikon D-90, the battery did not charge, would not charge and I had to throw it away, or it was a charger problem.
I've had it happen when I tried to charge it on my corded Nikon Charger and I never got a charging complete indication after charging over night. When I put it in the camera, the camera indicated it was not charged even though the charger indicated it was charging. But, when I put it on a travel charger, it charged in about an hour and worked fine. The next time I put it on the Nikon charger, it worked fine.
I suggest you verify that the battery is good and charged or capable of charging. If it is, then check to make sure the battery contacts are clean both on the battery and in the camera.
If the contacts are clean and you're sure the battery is good and charged, I'd say the next step is to contact Canon. I've heard their customer service is very good.
you may have accidentally put the battery in backwards look at the top off the battery you will see 3 copper connections now look into the camera you will see there are 3 connections in there.. line them up and drop it in until it clicks if you still cant power up you may have to charge it first.
plug the camera into its charger and leave it to charge for 20-30 min remove it from charger and try to get it to boot if it boots great you can put it back on the charger and let it finish if it still wont boot you should take the camera, battery and charger to the store you purchased from they will most likely try a new battery in it if it still wont boot it needs to be returned. I hope this helps
Hi I am Vortah The red light is usually an indicator that the battery is charged however in this instance as you are saying it isn't the battery has possibly gone short and you will need to replace the batteries . They have a type of internal memory and only charge a certain amount of times before they no longer accept charge and merely overheat during charging .. But I have to say it may be possible the charger is faulty as if the internal rectifier that charges the battery has gone short that may also bring the red light on in some chargers .. so try the battery or as I would do take it along to your nearest dealers and get them to check it . it may save you money in the long run you could be buying a battery you still cant use when you actually need a charger .. Hope this helps regards Vortash
I opened up mine today and found out that all you needed to do was put the plastic gear back into place and it's A ok. Open up the camera and when you're facing the front, check the little plastic compartment on the top right to see if the gears are in place. I fixed it and everything is A ok now. :)