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How do I know when an EN-EL! for the Nikon Coolpix 5000 is fully charged? what do the following conditions indicate? 1. Charger red light flashing 2. charger red light steady 3. charger red light off? Avraham.

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Charger flashing red indicates the battery is still not full and is in the process of recharging.
Red light steady indicates your battery is fully charged and ready to operate with your Coolpix 5000.
When red light is off it indicates there is no battery inserted or the charger is not pluged in.

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