hello! need help!


luckyorange

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Just found out that my battery is bloated! is it still safe to use? any good 3rd party battery to recommend?? thanks for the time!
 

luckyorange

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eh i meant nikon lithium ion EN-EL9a, its like the battery is becoming fatter =x.. is it because i charged too long? its suppose to be flat =x. eh can i know how much does it cost in courts or harvey?
 

intrance

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if batts bloated, it mean no good.
toss it away and get a new one..
 

ZerocoolAstra

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If the new Nikon battery price is not too far off from 3rd party, can consider just getting original and be done with it. I do think you were rather unlucky to get a battery that bloats.
 

daredevil123

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If your camera is still under warranty, try bringing the battery into NSC for them to take a look.
 

Octarine

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Canon orig will leak so easily?
Actually, these batteries doesn't leak. There is not real liquid inside that could come aout. But if the Lithium inside gets a shakehands with Oxygen you'll have a small private firework. Alkalines leak, because the chemical processes inside slowly corrode the outer cylinder.
 

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