I have the same camera, and I left it out overnight- it got damp, and wouldn't turn on.
I left it in a warm dry place for a week with all the battery and access covers open. Once it completely dried out, it worked fine. Hope this helps!
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Charge battery fully (with laptop off) then unplug AC power. Do not continuously have power plugged in. This will ruin your battery. Remove battery when not in use for long periods. To refresh battery charge fully then run laptop till it turns off. Turn on again and wait for it to turn off. When laptop wont turn on, charge battery fully again and repeat process about 3 times. This should extend an old battery's run time.
First make sure your battery is fully charged. The charger on lawn tractors will not keep the battery fully charged as they just produce a light charge. Check battery before the starter but if battery is fully charged then it's possible the starter could be bad.
Hi Michelle. I have the same phone and it happened to me a few times. On most phones the battery swells up when it reaches it's charging life end. In the 9720 the battery can still LOOK okay even though it might have reached its life-span. I eventually purchased a new battery, and wholaa, problem solved. A piece of additional advice is: Do not chat with you phone on the charger. Unplug the charger when battery is fully charged: We tend to charge the phone anytime and every time before we go to work or somewhere - you have to let the battery run flat on its own at least once a month, then start a fresh charge from fully flat to fully charged. This will prolong battery life. I a new battery does not solve the problem, have the charging pin checked out. Alternately if you know someone that has the same handset as you, ask them to stick your battery into their handset and visa versa. Hope this info help :)
Your Netbook is still under warranty and I will not advice that you experriment or tamper to loose the free warranty claim on the PC. So what could be done is to discharge fully the battery and then try to charge fully , if this wont charge then the battery is a suspect and you must claim for replacement as it could have developed back EMF and so will not charge.