My camera and charger are completly dead...but i know the battery is charged.
I used the camera the day before and it still had 3/4 of the battery left....i set it on to the charger when i got home and the next day both were completely dead. could it b my battery? i dont know? please help...
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What lights are on your charger? Is the red light steady? If it is flashing call casio tech support and tell them that your battery won't charge. THey may be able to help you out. More than likely they will send up sending you to repairs.
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Yes the can go bad.
I still have 9 year old Kodak lithium batteries in good condition, nut I know sometimes my rechargeable batteries last no longer then a year. It is a shame that some camera brands only give a 90 day warranty on the batteries.
To keep your rechargeable batteries in a good condition, give them a charge at least every 3 months. Or always a day before you need the camera. Never try to use speed chargers. I still have a charger capable of charging full within 15 minutes. The barrettes are hot, and when charged that way after 10 or 20 times they are dead.
Just use the charger that came with your camera.
But if you only can shoot a few shote with your battery, buy a new battery.
GoPro battery dead. Won't charge in the camera. No charge light comes on when you connect the camera to a USB. There's the scenario. Good tip on the GoPro battery shocking technique posted by Rabscuttle above. I discovered that my vehicle USB cigarette lighter adapter drains the GoPro battery when it's turned off. With the GoPro battery completely dead, the camera will not charge it. If the GoPro battery voltage falls below a certain point, the camera's circuitry is set to turn off the internal charger as if there's no battery in the camera at all. The recommended solution is to buy an external charger, which is able to charge a completely dead battery. The battery shocking method saves that expense.
Connecting a 9 volt battery to the GoPro battery for 30 seconds can give the battery enough charge to allow the camera to recognize the battery. A 9 volt battery from a smoke detector, a pair of jumper leads, and two straight pins is what I used to get my GoPro battery charged enough to allow the camera to recognize the battery and begin charging.
You left your camera on for a couple of days? I'd think your batteries are completely drained. The S203 doesn't charge batteries via the USB port. Try charging the batteries overnight using the supplied MH-63 charger.
If that doesn't do it, please reply to this post and we'll go on from there.
The Kidizoom is a camera, not a battery charger. If you wan to use rechargeable batteries, you'll have to charge those batteries in a separate, appropriate charger.
If by "dead" you mean a broken, defective, or past end of life battery, then there is nothing you can do to charge it again. If you simply mean a completely drained battery, put it into an appropriate charger and charge it following the instructions for that charger.
Your best bet is take it straight back and get a replacement or refund.
If you want to try and fix this it can be done at the dealers ,try a new battery
or try a different charger.
There`s one more thing for not being able to turn the phone on. Try charging the phone until it has stopped charging.Connect the charger and charge for 2.5 hours.The battery icon might not appear until the phone has charged for 30 mins.
I have the same problem. Worked for 3 years and now the battery charges to green but goes dead immediately. I've changed batteries. Its the camera not the batteries. Works fine plugged in. Obviously the cameras are not charging the batteries. Canon must know but I cannot find a fix and warranty is over. I guess buying the expensive camera of the day isnt always assuring you of quality.
When did you purchase your camera? If it was less than one year you can call Casio Tech Support and tell them your battery will not charge. They will require you to send in your battery and they may be able to replace it for you. If it has been over one year then they are going to suggest you just buy a new battery. I believe with this camera they will also recommend that you send in the charger and the power cord.