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You do not have a 1150 mAh (milliamp-hours) charger. There's no such thing. It might be an 1150 mA (milliamp) charger, which means it's only providing 1.15 amps of charging current. Some batteries require a minimum current to charge very well. My Samsung smartphone, for instance, requires a 1500mA charger. If I try to use a 700 mA (0.7A) or 1000 mA (1.0A) ...


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According to No Film School: Having Trouble Charging Canon LP-E6 DSLR Batteries? You May Not Be the Only One, the blinking light may indicate the battery cannot be charged. Likely, the charger has detected the battery voltage is outside the parameters the charger is designed for. Battery voltage varies with charge levels. Voltage measurement seems to be ...


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