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i never used a kindle . i have no knowledge of its engineering.
yet to me there seems to be many thing that you could check.
1 worn out lithium ion battery(the capacity of a lithium decreases if its charged at a high rate or just too many times).
2 burned out fuse in the charger(if so, then it's prolly a surface mount fuse)
3 the charger receptacle on the kindle has one or more cracked traces or solder joint on the PC board.(abuse causes the receptacle mounts on a lot of large things to fail)
wander if you tried a different charger? or with very light pressure, like handling a jellyfish, holding the charger interface plug in the receptacle at an angle(be careful not to do that too hard or too much cause thats what breaks em yet thats how you can tell).
lastly the battery can be replaced it you should ask a used computer tech how. i think it involves very very slowly and carefully slightly heating the whole unit to heat the contact adhesive to unstuck the battery without ripping open the plastic battery or destroying the unit.i have removed batteries but lots were destroyed. lol. i never used heat. just very slowly lift it and the adhesive releases over a period of several minutes or patients.
sorry of its all worthless to you.
oh yea.. and very lastly.
you could try wiring a vapor pen charger directly to the terminals of the battery if can't find any fixable bad connections.
i say "vapor pen" charger, cause vapor pens use a very slow charge rate and it can extend the life of your battery greatly to charge it slowly instead of 2 amps or whatever and the charger units are like a buck on eBay.
This is from an Amazon review. I have misplaced my manual and was searching for a pdf file without any luck. I think I have it under control if I only knew where to put my distilled water.Basic operation of the WhiteWing is:
1. Fill the tank with distilled water 2. Attach the hose to the steamer. 3. Attach the extension handles and attachment you want.(Be sure to watch the video and read the instruction booklet. Some of the attachments have specific uses and setup instructions) 4. Lock the finger trigger. 5. Plug it in. 6. Turn it on. 7. Wait 20 min. or until the pressure gauge reads between 3.5-4.5. 8. Get ready to rock - press the steam release button, unlock the finger trigger and start steaming.
For many jobs such as countertops, shower stalls, stovetops, you will need to follow behind the steam, wiping with a cloth to remove the released dirt from the surface. Some jobs may require you to start with a non-toxic cleaner or grease remover such as Orange Clean or Method brand cleaners. Remember, you'll be breathing in vaporized cleaner. So be sure it's something non-toxic and non-irritating. I prefer the Method brand cleaners.
I found your post searching for solutions to the same problem. My pen was stuck in select mode since i shipped it to NZ with me, held snug in what i thought was a perfectly fitting box. So...an impact or prolonged pressing of the nib can cause this problem then!
Anyway, found this page with perfect instructions on how to take apart the pen (my pen is a little different (newer?) but comes apart just the same)
I took the pen apart and messed about with it (gently) for a while. After many unsuccessful messes, it finally started working again.
I think you just need to let the pressure sensor (at the inward end of the nib) pop back out again. You can probably do this by just pulling the nib out. Wacom say you can do that with pliers without taking the rest of the pen apart. I'm afraid i cannot say what i specifically did to get the pen to work, maybe it just needs time without anything in the way.
I'm sorry this was a lot of babble without a definite answer, but have a go.