G'day, tell me, when you press the on/off button does the infra red port flash a red light? If so the is a software related fault. On my google page: http://trogg07.googlepages.com/. There's a set of instructions that have worked for K800 but apparently it works with any SE phone that uses a DCu-60 Cable. You could try it at your own risk. Tell me how it goes. Cheers
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I recommend you to replace the battery . The battery could be dead [ can't be recharged anymore ] even if it shows that it's recharging .
If replacing the battery didn't solve the problem , then i would recommend you to replace the your device with new one , since you still have the guarantee .
Are you installing Nmh (Nickle- Metal Hydride) rechargable batteries?
If not then your camera probably will not recharege them.
Also trying to recharge non rechargable batteries can cause damage to the battery, and possibly your camera.
Hope this is helpful.
Ummmmm "Low battery"....... not too hard to figure out. You need to charge it for several hours. If the battery is low it WILL go out on you and during that time, the battery may recover enough to come on briefly then go off again. Please charge your battery!
Could be a few things.
1) What kind of batteries are you using? Try NiMH batteries, not alkaline.
2) If that doesn't work - the best batteries are lithium rechargeable.
3) If THAT doesn't work - you may have a bad battery sensor, in which case you'll need to bring it to the nearest camera repair shop and have them replace it for you - it's not a huge deal, but it's better than having to switch off the camera for an hour or so, take a few pix, than switch it on again, and so on.