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Fuji MX 700 dead battery

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June 9, 2004 8:59:44 PM

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I had this camera stored for some time (about 18 months) the battery was
discharged and out of the camera. Not used that much since new and the
battery has only been through about 70-80 charge cycles and was used ok
prior to storage. Now I need to use it and the battery appears to be dead,
no charge activity at all, the charger is good because it runs the camera ok
off mains power but obviously that's a bit restrictive for taking outdoor
pictures. I think this camera isn't worth that much now and I don't really
want to buy a new battery so I was wandering if anyone might know of any way
to kick a bit of life back into the battery, its a Fujifilm NP100 lithium
ion and looks in perfect nick, no corrosion on the terminals or anything.
Any advice gratefully received, if its dead, fair enough but if there's
anything I can do to get a bit more life out of it I'd like to give it a
try.
TIA

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Anonymous
June 9, 2004 8:59:45 PM

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"Nigel" <nd018a0728@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message
news:LtGxc.40456$B63.14600@doctor.cableinet.net...
> I had this camera stored for some time (about 18 months) the battery was
> discharged and out of the camera. Not used that much since new and the
> battery has only been through about 70-80 charge cycles and was used ok
> prior to storage. Now I need to use it and the battery appears to be dead,
> no charge activity at all, the charger is good because it runs the camera
ok
> off mains power but obviously that's a bit restrictive for taking outdoor
> pictures. I think this camera isn't worth that much now and I don't really
> want to buy a new battery so I was wandering if anyone might know of any
way
> to kick a bit of life back into the battery, its a Fujifilm NP100 lithium
> ion and looks in perfect nick, no corrosion on the terminals or anything.
> Any advice gratefully received, if its dead, fair enough but if there's
> anything I can do to get a bit more life out of it I'd like to give it a
> try.
> TIA
>
>
How long did you leave the battery on the charger, leave it at least 24
hours before giving up.

Replacement battery and charger available here.
http://www.camcorder-battery.org/FUJIFILM/NP-100.HTM

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Anonymous
June 9, 2004 10:56:34 PM

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Once a LioN battery goes completely dead, it's done...garbage.

"Nigel" <nd018a0728@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message
news:LtGxc.40456$B63.14600@doctor.cableinet.net...
> I had this camera stored for some time (about 18 months) the battery was
> discharged and out of the camera. Not used that much since new and the
> battery has only been through about 70-80 charge cycles and was used ok
> prior to storage. Now I need to use it and the battery appears to be dead,
> no charge activity at all, the charger is good because it runs the camera
ok
> off mains power but obviously that's a bit restrictive for taking outdoor
> pictures. I think this camera isn't worth that much now and I don't really
> want to buy a new battery so I was wandering if anyone might know of any
way
> to kick a bit of life back into the battery, its a Fujifilm NP100 lithium
> ion and looks in perfect nick, no corrosion on the terminals or anything.
> Any advice gratefully received, if its dead, fair enough but if there's
> anything I can do to get a bit more life out of it I'd like to give it a
> try.
> TIA
>
>
June 10, 2004 1:21:12 PM

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Thanks for all advice. Its been on continuous charge for over 24 hours now
and is still dead. Time to admit defeat and send this one for recycling.

Thanks again.

"Gymmy Bob" <nospamming@bite.me> wrote in message
news:TL-dnViEY-nUCFrd4p2dnA@golden.net...
> Once a LioN battery goes completely dead, it's done...garbage.
>
> "Nigel" <nd018a0728@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:LtGxc.40456$B63.14600@doctor.cableinet.net...
> > I had this camera stored for some time (about 18 months) the battery was
> > discharged and out of the camera. Not used that much since new and the
> > battery has only been through about 70-80 charge cycles and was used ok
> > prior to storage. Now I need to use it and the battery appears to be
dead,
> > no charge activity at all, the charger is good because it runs the
camera
> ok
> > off mains power but obviously that's a bit restrictive for taking
outdoor
> > pictures. I think this camera isn't worth that much now and I don't
really
> > want to buy a new battery so I was wandering if anyone might know of any
> way
> > to kick a bit of life back into the battery, its a Fujifilm NP100
lithium
> > ion and looks in perfect nick, no corrosion on the terminals or
anything.
> > Any advice gratefully received, if its dead, fair enough but if there's
> > anything I can do to get a bit more life out of it I'd like to give it a
> > try.
> > TIA
> >
> >
>
>
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