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I have seen this when the Amazon Certificates become corrupt. The only way to restore them is by doing a Factory Reset.
1. Pull down the upper Status Bar, select More+
2. Select the Device Tab
3. At the bottom you will see "Reset to Factory Defaults"
4. Answer Yes to reset everything

When this is done the Kindle will be back to it's Factory State, Deregistered, without data.

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