Why Would an Old W120 Would Kill a New Battery?
I have a Sony Cybershot DSC-W120 which I haven't used in almost 10 years. I bought a new battery for it (Kastar type G lithium ion) because the original sony battery was completely dead and unable to be charged. I put the new battery in and after only 5 minutes of use on full charge, the battery was completely drained, and also unable to be charged. My camera is killing the battery somehow. I checked the terminal for corrosion, and there doesn't appear to be any. Anyone know what could be killing my battery like this?
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