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Why won't my charging light come on when I try to charge?

I have pluged in the camera to charge...the light won't come on to indicate that the camera is charging. Why? Do you think it is charging without the light being on?

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Try to leave it on charge for a 24 hrs. If the batt gets below a certain voltage the charger will not come up to fast charge rates(light on) to prevent damage to the batt. If it does not take a charge, it is possible that it is faulty. If you have been using the batt regularly and it suddenly stopped taking a charge, it may be the charger at fault. If you you have not used the batt for a while, it may be faulty. only way to really check for sure is to try a new batt. If you have any more questions about it, just ask away. Good luck

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