Question about Cameras
This is usually caused by slightly oxidized battery contacts. Clean the contacts on the battery and inside the camera with a qtip and at least 90% isopropyl alcohol. Check your charger output, and if good, you might have a bad battery. One never knows how long batteries have been left oh the shelf, so to speak, and they can fail sooner than one would like.
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Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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