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Re: Fully charged battery last
Approximate number of recording images and playback times based on Minolta' s standard test condition* are as follows: *test condition: CIPA-compliant. (LCD monitor on, 1600x1200 size images, Normal image quality, Flash used with 50% of the frames)
Alkaline batteries : Approx. 80 frames
Ni-MH batteries (2100mAh): Approx. 410 frames
CR-V3 : Approx. 720 frames
Alkaline batteries : Approx. 275 min.
Ni-MH batteries (2100mAh): Approx. 340 min.
CR-V3 : Approx. 518 min.
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First of all take your battery to a place that sells batteries and have it checked. Sounds like your battery is only partially charging but the charger will show fully charged as it won't charge any more. Battery could be bad.
A fully working 18v Dewalt Battery will only take 90 minutes to just over an hour to fully charge from going flat. This fully charged battery should last about 4 hours of use (depending on the load). So the answer is 1 hour.
There is no such thing as a memory system in your battery. If you charge the battery until the green light on the charger comes on, that is as much as the battery can/will safely charge to. With Lithium batteries, they will fully charge whether they are at 75%, 50% or 10% capacity when placed on the charger and discharge to 0% if you use them that long. If you need the battery before the green light comes on and you use it, it will still fully charge when replaced on the charger. All batteries do discharge at different rates. Most not noticeably but a few will discharge fast enought to be noticable. If it affects your usage of the tool, you may want to exchange it or get it replaced under warranty because it will only get worse with age.
Hello there, the Nintendo DS Lite has four levels of brightness. The battery will last 15-19 hours on the lowest settings, and 5-8 hours on the brightest.This can also vary depending on the type of game activity." So the DS should last the whole time in even on the highest brightness settings, if fully charged. Nintendo states that it takes 3 hours to fully charge the DS.
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hi sir... dont change ur batteries or go for new one... Its becuase the battery pin available in ur mobile device has got damaged... so its unable to store charges for a longer duration...Better give ur mobile for service and they will replace u with new pins.. dont waste in getting new batteries..
Try fully draining the battery and recharging it fully. If that does not work chances are the battery is going bad. How old is the dvd player ? If its still under warranty you might be able to get a replacement.