I just bought a new casio camera, which included both the battery and charger. although the manual says it may take up to 90 minutes to fully charge, i have had the charger plugged in for a day and a half and the red light still has not gone away.
also, is the light supposed to blink when it charges? because mine does...
yes the battery is in the charger correctly, and yes the outlet works, because i can see the light. HELP?!
Well i called the casio hotline that was on my camera box and they told me if i sent the bad battery to them, they would send me a good one back. he said that they had had some problems with the lithium batteries. have you tried calling? he didn't even ask about a warranty...
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If the usb light functions, the problem is with the camera. Because it accept the charge but cannot deliver it to the battery. I think the problem is with the charging circuit, because it is in the camera, not the charger.
You can fix this! If the battery is really low it won't communicate witht the charger... thus the blinking red light. Charger says - I see you are trying to use me, but I don't recognize this battery. The battery needs a little shot of charge so it can communicate with the charger. Put the battery in and take it out quickly a few times. This will give it the little boost it needs to be able to talk to the charger. Then, you will find, you can charge!
It's a known Fault with the NP-20 battery don't order one and pay for it, ring or e-mail casio customer service they should send you one out for free!! When you receive the new one don't let it die, make sure and keep it partially charged at all time or the charger won't recognize it. Really casio should recall this battery but for some reason they insist on replacing faulty batteries with more faulty batteries!??!
You can salvage your old battery. Sounds crazy but you can take a 9 volt battery and jumper it to the old battery . It will put enough charge in the np-20 to make it start charging in the cradle. Takes about 20 seconds.. make sure you go + to + .. the size of the 9 volt fits perfectly.
You need a new battery. That battery goes dead maybe its a factory defect its very rare this to happen but try to contact the Company to ask if you have a warranty for this unit. One more thing make sure that your charger is functioning.