After painting my WCO yesterday I decided to give it a full charge before reinstalling it. I used a Wyze Pan pwr supply as my source, and the charge lamp never stopped blinking all day - in excess of 10 hrs. I let the batteries fully discharge by leaving the cam on in live-view overnight. This morning after 5~6 hours of charging, this time with the base as source, the charging indicator lamp still never turned off, even though the app showed 100% charge. I’m thinking my impatience during my 1st charge might have put me in the position of having a charge indicator that is less informative than the old “Check Engine” lamp. When I first got my WCO I used a Qualcomm 3.0 Quick Charger which might have ruined a not so robust BMS in the WCO. Qualcomm 3.0 chargers are designed to work with other Qualcomm certified devices. It could have been a natural failure, but using a Qualcomm 3.0 charger sounds like a more reasonable cause of the failure. At any rate, from here out I will use my 10,000 mAh power bank to charge it, which has a row of charge indicators that turn off when the device being charged is full. I also of course have the batt % display in the app, Just wanted everyone to know; you probably shouldn’t rush charging the WCO. BTW, I’m certain painting my WCO had nothing to do with the charging indicator issue - I only painted the front, top & sides, everything else was carefully masked off.