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I plugged my camera in to charge the battery using the wrong battery charger. The screen was white and I realized it was the wrong charger. I purchased a new charger and a new battery and the camera still will not charge at all. Sanyo VPC-E890

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You have fried a component with in the camera. the only fix is to send it in to Sanyo.com for a repair.

Posted on Mar 06, 2010

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