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funny thing with batteries is that they can get a memory = sounds stupid yes = if a battery is recharged when it has half charge and then fully charged it remembers the point , one it gains memory it wont charge past the last point = or the battery life is over = or the charger is faulty.
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.
Do you have change a Samsung L730 battery and to see if it can be charged?If you charge the battery in camera. It seems something wrong with the build-in charger core. If the camera all are OK beside charge battery, you can charge your Samsung L730 battery with a battery charger, and if your Li-ion battery is over discharged for a long time, it's bad for it. As your camera has been used for 2 years and it maybe not in warranty. To change build-in charger core should be expensive.
You CANNOT charge a camera through a USB port there just is not enough power! you need to get an original wall charger and power up from that. Even the USB cable/wall charger will NEVER charge it up sufficiently. The USB cable is for data transfer only.
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
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)
My son has a Samsung digital camera and bought a Samsung SAC-45 USB Digital Camera Charger and a Samsung USB Data & Charger Cable Type4 SUC-C2.
He is able to charge his camera by plugging the cable into a USB outlet on his computer, but cannot get the camera to charge when using the SAC-45, which plugs into a wall 110 volt AC socket on one end and the cable on the other.
So far we have tried three SAC-45 units, keeping the same cable, and Samsung says they are shipping a fourth SAC-45 unit.
I think there is some problem with the cable, but haven't been able to get Samsung to send another cable.