Question about Cameras
You may have done some real damage to it. Usually this will only happen if you use a charger with a higher output then the correct charger. Compare the wrong charger to the right charger and if the output on it is higher you probably overloaded it. If that is the case you can check the manufacturer's website for their authorized repair facility near you but sometimes it's cheaper to buy a new camera.
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Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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