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Hi there, I have fully charged the battery however when I put the battery back in the camera is still says CHR - I am not sure if it is telling me to keep charging

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The problem is that the contact points or your battery is loose.

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I have a brand new Nikon D3100. The battery was fully charged and placed in the camera. I took about 4 photos, and then turned the camera off. When I turned it back on the battery wasn't working to...


The solution to your problem is simple, Kathrynbax.


The battery never comes in fully charged. It's always charged only so you may be able to check if your camera is working. I suggest, you take out your battery and put it to charge for exactly 90 minutes as the manual says. Then I'm sure you won't face any such problems.


Hope this solves your problem.

Good day!

Rebel

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CHA flashing on readout screen. Battery is fully charged. What does CHA mean?


If there are brackets around the CHR, it means the card is locked. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fully the other way and then back again.

If there are no brackets around the CHR, it means the camera cannot read your memory card. Try a different card.

Dec 12, 2010 | Nikon D70 Digital Camera with 18-50mm Lens

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Canon sd1000 camera won't turn on. battery is fully charged.


Hi,
Make sure or Check out following thing :-
  • Direction of your battery might be wrong, Check out and put it again.
  • Clean your battery terminal with soft cloth. (Might be it will filled with dirt or dust )
  • Check whether Memory Card/Battery Cover is properly closed.
  • Load new or fully charged battery.
  • Turn ON the camera, again firmly.
Else, Your device need service (repair)
Rating the solution is highly appreciated....Good Luck

Mar 05, 2010 | Canon PowerShot SD1000 Digital Camera

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Flashes chr and won't fire


This can be caused by a badly connecting memory card, take it out and ensure its clean and connecting properly, also happens in cold climates, ensure the battery is fully charged. This is a comon problem with the D50

Jan 21, 2010 | Nikon D50 Digital Camera

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When I put my battery in the charger is flashes red.


Hi Olivia. Thanks for your reply.

When the charger flashes red, it means that either:
A) you battery terminals are dirty, or, it's not put in the charger properly.
B) You have a bad battery.
I'm going to assume that you're putting it in the charger correctly because you have had it a long time and know how to properly insert it. The battery terminals being dirty are highly unlikely.

So this is my opinion:
The fact that your battery is a year and half old tells me right away that your battery is a gonner. Your charger flashing red tells me that it can no longer flow current to the battery. I'm sorry, but you need to purchase a new battery. Good news is that they aren't too expensive, approximately $20 usd, and you can find one on the web very easily.

Make sure you get the right battery. Whichever one you buy, make sure it fits your camera. I do know that it's a 3.7 volt np-20 battery. You want to purchase one with a high mAh number. The mAh number relates to how long it will run your camera between chargings. The higher the number, the longer it should run your camera.
Also, note, in the future, don't charge your battery for longer than 2 hours at a time. It should only take 90 minutes to fully charge it. If you charge it longer than that, it will get too hot and dramatically shorten the life of your battery!

Sorry I didn't have good news, but I wanted to make sure you were properly armed with knowledge.


Thanks for coming to FixYa. Come back if you have any other questions, and remember to rate my solution a fixya.

Rob

Mar 13, 2009 | Casio Exilim EX-Z120 Digital Camera

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Put new batteries in, camera bleeps three times & switches off


hi meeshfriel,

The battery might be damaged. try recharged the battery at least 2 hours maximum of 4 hours. If the problem persist it is your battery needs to be replaced......


Thanks.


jonags

Dec 14, 2008 | Samsung Digimax S800 Digital Camera

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Kodak easyshare z730


Hi,

Possible causes and how to handle them
1. The camera is not on

Turn on the camera. (Operation procedure varies between camera models. Please refer to the camera user guide supplied with your camera.)


2. The rechargeable battery is not fully charged.

Make sure the rechargeable battery is fully charged. If the battery has not been used for an extended period of time, or if it is being used for the first time, it may not be fully charged. In cases like this, fully charge the battery and then discharge it completely in the camera several times to bring the battery back to its normal performance.



The rechargeable battery's capacity diminishes the longer the battery is used. When the battery consumption becomes quicker, the battery life may be at its end. Replace the battery with a new one.


3. The battery terminals are dirty.

When camera does not operate with a brand-new alkaline battery (for cameras that use AA-size batteries) or with a fully charged rechargeable battery, the terminals may be dirty.
Polish the terminals with a dry cloth and make sure the terminals are clean. If the terminals are covered with oil from your skin or similar matter, this may cause poor contact and power may not be fully supplied to the camera.

Also, polish the battery charger terminals with a dry cloth before charging the battery. If the terminals are covered with oil from your skin or similar matter, this may cause poor contact and the battery may not be fully charged.


4. The batteries are not installed correctly (for cameras that use AA-size batteries)

For cameras that use AA-size batteries, multiple batteries are used in one camera. Make sure the direction of each battery matches the direction indicated on the camera. If any of the batteries are improperly inserted, the camera will not operate.


5. The battery cover or CF card (SD card) slot cover is not securely closed

Most cameras have a lock mechanism on the battery cover. The camera will not turn on if the battery cover is not locked or securely closed, or if the CF card (SD card) slot cover is not securely closed. Make sure these covers are securely closed.

May 19, 2008 | Cameras

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After one frame battery icon flashes ( battery is full charged)


The problem is with the electric contacts between the battery and the camera. You can try cleaning them with a clean pencil eraser. Make sure you don't leave any eraser debris in the battery compartment. It is best to do this while holding the camera so that the battery compartment door is "down" so that any eraser debris will fall out of the door onto the table rather than fall into the compartment.

Oct 13, 2007 | Canon EOS-1D Mark II Digital Camera

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Wont turn on


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

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