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My digital camera exilim s-770sr

Yesterday I charged my camera after 3 months without using it. The charging button was red but then it will flash after a few hours. I took the camera but it would not start. Went home can access the button menu but it does not swith on all it says no files and it looks like it has a fully charged battery. I bought it at Christmas and hardly used it.

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If the red light on ur charger flashes you need to call tech support and tell them you have a bad battery. They will take your information and have you send in your battery. They will replace the battery for you if it is less than one year old.

Posted on Jul 08, 2007

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