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I have had my cameraplugged in for a month and whenever i turn it on it says "battery exhausted"

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Rechargeable batteries don't last forever. Lithium batteries in particular can fail early if they are allowed to become totally discharged.

It may be worth buying a new battery to see if that fixes the problem.

Have you charged your battery successfully before by "having the camera plugged in"? Most cameras that have removeable batteries do not charge them in the camera, but by placing the battery in a separate charger.

Posted on Nov 05, 2010


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