My battery is fully charged for my camera, but when i put it in my camera wont turn on at all. it was working fine before my battery went dead. i've had this camera for a while and this is the first time i've ever had problems. i know nothing is wrong with the battery, because my sister has the same camera and i put my battery in her camera and it worked fine. but my camera wont trun on at all when i put my battery in it. i cant figure out whats wrong.
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Try another fully charged battery first of all. It might be a poor or damaged connection.
If another battery doesnt work, then its the camera.
If the camera doesnt come on the mother board is damaged. You will have to have the manufacturer change it out. Might be expensive
Rosa, I think the only thing you did was get out the batteries and tried to charge them and then jut put them back in the camera.
Only a few things could have gone wrong.
One or more cells could have died, during charging. It can happen, special with batteries that have a uneven use. Like once or twice a year the camera comes out the box and then the batteries are charged. Even when you don't use he camera, make it a habit to charge the batteries every few months.
Then it could be your batteries are still in good shape and fully charged, but you put in one or more calls the wrong way around.
Please check carefully if all the cells are inserted correct.
If nothing works, and you can't check the voltage of your batteries, try another set of batteries.
A charging battery's light is red. If it turns green then it means it is fully charged. Since you had stored your battery for a while, try to charge it by using a battery charger to kickstart it. It should work. Whatever transpires let me know. thanks and rate this answer.
Please make sure that the battery is clean and also the terminals within are clean. If you had been using the camera prior to the charging then the camera must work unless if the battery was spoiled by wrong charging. If you can use a multimeter to check the voltage which must be as specified on the battery label. Now make sure that the battery gets good contacts into the camera when inserted. If this wont work then it possible that there are errors within the camera and you need help from the nearest Nikon center.click the link below
make sure the batt is charging and working fine.check also the batt contacts.make sure its clean.insert batt to your camera.instead of pressing the power button, press the play button instead to power camera on. if unit turns on,might actually be an issue w/the camera unable to power on in camera mode.if it turns on initialize cam (p.75 of the manual).see if it works.if still wont turn on try using a diff batt (or if you have an optional ac adapter model#acls5k use it, attempt to power on cam to isolate issue w/power source).if batt or ac adaptor not available try to check batt with another cam if possible to test batt. if still unit doesnt turn on using a fully charged, diff batt, or using an ac adaptor,unit would reuire service. hope this info helps.thanks:)
Possible failed battery showing fully charged but actually not -or even charger.No reset]
Disconnect from the wall socket- re connect and tell us if the battery is now charging.
If show full- replace battery.
Also tell Sony customer support