Question about Kodak ZD710 Digital Camera
Not sure how to charge either
Be aware the Kodak Lithium CRV3 battery can't be recharged. Even if you have a charger where the battery can be connected to, it is dangerous to do so. It is an non rechargeable battery, and putting a current through the battery can overheat the battery and it even can explode. You never can get any electrical charge in that battery.
But your camera can be used with rechargeable AA NiMH batteries.
You need two and they can be chafed on most commercial (cheap) battery chargers. I do advice to buy a good brand of batteries, because even the better ones will only set you back 15 or 20 dollar. Sometimes you even can buy a set of 4 batteries, with charges (I advice the set) for little more.
When having a set of 4, still try to keep 2 sets of 2 batteries, that you always use together. On set in the camera one as spare.
When you do have new batteries, and the camera still won't switch on, carefully check is all contacts in then camera are clean and shiny. New batteries should have shiny contacts.
Contact can be cleaned with a dry cloth. Never use any sharp tool in or close to a camera. Scratches on a contact will cause oxidation and the camera will be damaged in a short time.
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