Nikon EN-EL15 Battery Recall

Nikon EN-EL15

Nikon is recalling some EN-EL15 batteries (with specific serial numbers noted below).  The Nikon EN-EL15 battery is used in the Nikon D7000, D800, D800E and Nikon 1 V1 cameras.

Affected serial numbers are identifiable as follows:

  1. Locate the lot number for your EN-EL15 battery. Lot numbers are alphanumeric characters printed at the bottom of the name plate on the bottom of the battery as shown below.

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  2. Check the 9th digit of the lot number as indicated below.

     

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- If the 9th digit of the EN-EL15 battery lot number is E or F then the battery needs to be replaced as it may be affected by this issue.

– If the 9th digit of the EN-EL15 battery lot number is A, B, C, D, G or any subsequent letter in the alphabet then the battery is safe to use.

This issue does not apply to EN-EL15 batteries supplied with the D7000 and Nikon 1 V1 purchased before February 29, 2012 or to batteries purchased individually before February 29, 2012.

[Nikon Europe via Nikon Rumors]

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Comments

  1. ray trapnell says

    hi .. err .. sorry for being thick.. I have a battery with teh offending 9th digit E

    so what do i do now ? I doubt I have a receipt .. it may or may not be the one that came with the camera or the extra one I purchased ?

    how do i get a replacement – I can t afford to be without a spare …

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