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My 7" tablet popped open on the end and has a 3/4" opening and will not go back together

When I took my table out of its case this morning the end of it popped open, it has a 3/4" opening on the end that does not have the on/off key. I cannot get it to even got together. My daughter gave me this for Christmas and I have used it several times but lately after it has been charged and I try to use it, it keeps turning off on me and saying there is no power.

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I've had this problem! It was the battery that was faulty and had increased in size and pushed the case open. I had to get a replacement internal battery. This would explain both the open case and the power errors.

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