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First try to charge it with a different charger, and test the factory charger on another device (you tablet may have the common micro USB connector). This will test if the charger or cable are bad. But if the tablet will not charge with a different charger and cable, and it is still covered under the factory warranty, return it for a refund or a replacement.
I have repaired many tablets with a bad charger port, and it seems to be either a poorly designed connector, or an open wire inside due to pushing in too ******* the cable into the port.
if you cannot replace the tablet, maybe you can find help from someone who can open the tablet and fix the charger port.
The only way i know of is to take off the back casing and look at where the the charger port is and you might be able to remove it with an object a little bit bigger than the end of the charger. otherwise you cant do it your self withput messing something up on the tablet.
If I am reading you correctly the charger port from the charger has been lodged in the tablet. Get some tweezers and pull it out very very carefully. Hopefully no damage has been done. Buy a new charger afterwards.