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Plug the tip of the USB charging cable into the power charger port and plug the other end into the USB Power Adapter. Plug the USB Power Adapter into an electrical outlet. You will know that it is completely charged when the orange light on the charge indicator turns green.
Try resetting your Kindle. Turn off first then hold power button down for about fifteen seconds and it does a reset. This should correct the problem. Make sure you have a charger made for Kindle and not a generic one.
If it won't charge then you may have a defective charger, a failed battery or a loose solder joint at the charging port. If your charger plug is fitted with a fuse then consider checking the fuse is okay by trying a new one. Also, check your charger on a friends HTC, check their charger on your HTC. It really is a process of elimination to find the issue yourself. The HTC won't turn on because it isn't charged, until you fix charging prob it won't turn on.