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Replay will give a WARNING NO IMAGES. This is confusing. I can think of nothing to do. Turn it off off remove Batteries. Put batteries back in an CHARGE IT... Make sure it is FULLY CHARGED. Then Remove from charger and turn on and take a photo Does REPLAY WORK?
When you connect your laptop to a power source to charge it using a charger, the battery light will start to flash in RED color. It will turn to GREEN when your laptop is fully charged, so you can remove your charger from the power source.
Charger flashing red indicates the battery is still not full and is in the process of recharging. Red light steady indicates your battery is fully charged and ready to operate with your Coolpix 5000. When red light is off it indicates there is no battery inserted or the charger is not pluged in.
Usually when the light on the charger either changes from red to green, or some chargers have a blinking light, when it stops blinking. I have seen chargers which also had a light which would turn off when the battery is charged.
it doesn't change to green, the solid red light means it is fully charged, there should be a legend on the front of the charger to help you with this. If it flashes real fast the battery is malfunctioning and slow flashing is charging and again solid is fully charger.
When batteries are placed into the charge mode, the red light will come on. When fully charged, on those units with a green light, the green light will be an indication that your batteries are charged and if your unit has no green light, the fully charged indication will be when the red light turns iff.
I would go to Radio Shack and have them explain the proper charging procedure as well as inquire about the red and green lights as not all chargers go green when fully charged-Normally red indicates a charging action and if a charger has no fully charged light, then a required charge time period is noted in the instructions. Batteries can be ruined by over charging!