Casio ex-s600 brand new camera wont turn on,worked fine for 3weeks,then not used for 3mnths.Shows images while in dock,but Red charging light flashes,indicating not charging.Casio Tech-Help suggests new battery?
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Buy Ni-cd batteries instead there pretty good. They are inexpensive, reliable and resist abuse way better than NP-20 because those batteries are poor for high performance applications such as digital cameras.
*** SOLUTION *** Mine had the same problem. My camera works now. What
did the trick for me was removing the Flash Card. It appears card went
bad and the camera would never power on because of this. I just removed
the card and the camera powered on. I tested the card on my printer and
it wont let me read or reformat. Hope this helps. -HenryVerde
What you can do is call their tech support department and they should be able to replace the battery for you. Tech support will take your information and request you to send in your battery before they replace it.
There is obviously a connection problem between the camera and the dock.
Is it possible to recharge via a normal charger.
I don't think you will get a repair- unless it is a young camera with some warranty left
A red flashing light does NOT mean it charging. THat means you have a defective battery. Call tech support and tell them that you have a defective battery and they may be able to get a replacement for you.