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DaddyCass, I'd like to recommend to you that you put in new, not bought recently, or just charged, but new "Alkaline" batteries - don't skimp out on the black Eveready or the red ones (Energiser and Duracell are good).
Do this to be sure, because it really sounds like a power problem, and if you are using rechargables, you're rechargeables may be on the way out, supplying enough power to run low-powered items, but not enough for a high-load item like a digital camera.
Try this and let us know what eventuates.
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It would rust the metal and solder points in the camera and probably dilute the grease in the gears.
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The same thing happened to my Casio Exilim EXZ75 camera. Whenever I tried to charge my battery, the battery charger light just keeps blinking. And it didn't stop. So after a period of time doing the same thing over again I called the casio customer service and they were very friendly. I told them my situation and they asked me a few questions,like my number, where I live, the serial number on the bottom of my camera and they told me that it was very common of lithaunim batteries to have a red light blinking. So they sent me a new battery for free. Thats right no extra charge and now my camera works like it did the first time I bought it. Casio customer service number: 1-800-435-7732. The most important thing about them giving you a new battery is your camera's serial number. I mean they just can't give a free battery to just anyone. Hope I've been a great help to anyone.