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The problem is most likely the battery itself when you have finished using your kit and wish to put it away never put it away with a half or fully charged battery as it will not last always run it down and never leave a tape in either. John www.jvsvisual.com
Want to buy my VL-E650U Sharp Viewcam? Selling bag, camcorder, 3 tapes, manual, remote, and two batteries. Although the batteries don't hold juice very long any more, all the other items are in great shape without blemishes. Liz
As long as you can obtain a charger that is rated the same as the one for your camera it will not be a problem unless the original charger is a microprocessor controlled charger that has the ability to control and change the charging current as the battery charges. A camera shop can check this out for you. If it just a simple AC or DC charger, then you can simply use the connector from your original charger and join it either by soldering or with a screw terminal block(which you wrap in Insulating tape once fitted). The main thing you need to be CERTAIN of is as to whether the original charger is an AC or a DC type. This will be clearly indicated on the label on the charger.