Re: the place where i enter my charger has broken inside...
That you would need to go either to where you purchased it to be repaired, or they will have to send it out to the manufacturer to be repaired. That is not something you can fix yourself. At least, I would not recommend you trying.
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Check charger, cable and connectors. When you can borrow another charger try that one. If a new or good charger does not change the situation, and nothing is in the connector, the defect must be in the tablet, like a bent or broken pin in the connector, or a broken cable inside. An oxidised connection inside or just a defective main board, to mention some possible causes. As soon as the tablet needs to be opened, consult a tech, or start saving for a new tablet.
It sounds like there's a problem with the charger. The wire on the charger is rather delicate. So is the port on your tablet where the wire plugs in. There may be a break inside the wire. If you dropped your tablet while the wire was plugged in and it hit the floor on the charger plug, the charger plug could have damaged the charging port in the tablet or the wire itself could be damaged.
Find someone else who has the same tablet and ask to switch chargers to see if either of them still work on the other tablet. If your friend's charger starts charging your tablet without a problem, then the problem is a a broken wire in your charger. If neither charger will charge your tablet but both chargers charge your friends tablet without a problem, then the problem is with the charging port on your tablet.
When it does not have enough power, it can't switch on. And even a new charger can't get in any power if inside the tablet is something wrong. Like a dirty or defect connector, or inside a bad or broken cable. also check the connector, where you put the charger cable in.
If the end of the charger broke off inside your nabi, it will be difficult, but you can get it out. Ideally you still have the broken piece. Superglue the end, put it back in and let it set, then pull it out quickly. If you don't have the rest of the broken piece, you can use something like a toothpick or a cotton swab with the cotton tip removed. Check out YouTube for videos on this. If your charging cord just fell apart and nothing is broken inside your nabi, just buy a universal charging cord. Make sure the tip matches the one you broke. Amazon is a good place for finding these. It will still charge your device.
check wires....if it's not broken or damaged.....
check if cable is not broken around connector area or around plug...
check if you connected connector deep enough while charging..... check if connector on tablet is clean, if not, try to clean it, remove dust from inside
It seems that when you dropped your tablet something may have been knocked loose inside the tablet or something may have broken.
That means you will need to take your tablet to a reputable computer repair business in your area to have a repair technician check it out.
Usually for such repair evaluation services you will have to pay an initial inspection fee. The place where I take my computers and tablets charges $35 for an initial inspection and repair evaluation. Then, if the equipment can be fixed, they tell me the repair cost from which the initial $35 evaluation fee is deducted.
Note: In the future, after having to pay to get your dropped tablet fixed, you may choose to purchase a protective case for your tablet, to help prevent any damage from future accidents.