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Camera battery not working

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I have the Moltrie camera and one my batteries blinks when I tried to charge it. It is a 6 volt and when I checked it it said it was 0.15 volts. Is it dead or can it be saved? Anyone have any experience with this?

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Hitman

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I can't help with an answer but I also have the moultrie and bought to rechargeable batteries at cabels. one died within 8 months of use so I know it can happen. the other one I bought works fine. I also would like to know if it is salvageable.

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if its the same as a vexilar battery, they are no-memory batteries.

which means if they go completely dead they usually don't recharge. the only plus to these batteries are its doesnt reck them by recharging after little drainage.

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Yes, it is dead. You will need a new one, they do this over time.

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That is what I thought.

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Hit

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