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If it truly is the connector in the Nabi, you're in a bit of a jam. But, the power cords I find are very finicky. I have two Nabi's and each has its "preferred" charging cable. One cable works better than the other on each tablet. Before attempting any major repair, try another USB charging cable. You can get the cable for under $4 on Ebay. Make sure you have a high powered USB source (2 Amp or 2000 milliamp) or it won't provide enough juice to charge the tablet. Beyond that, I also sometimes have to "position" the cable just right, twisting the connector and cable till I get the red charge light to stay on. Often this requires I fully power off the Nabi, not just put it into stand-by. Good luck.
My ASUS Windows 8RT tablet is what I am basing this on, but it does the same thing. It's actually pretty common for the device to remain ON (standby) while charging. If you look at the battery icon, does it show anything different than usual?
Try to charge your tablet pc with your laptop or desktop pc.
if it will show the charging then your charger may be out of order.
if it will not charge with your laptop or desktop then your tablet's charging circuit not working.
Hello Howard, There are two different kind of cordless drill chargers. One is a smart charger that will not overcharge your battery. It usually has a stand alone base that the battery plugs into and sometimes may have a red and/or a green light to let you know it is charged. This charger will stop charging when the battery is fully charged after an hour or less. The other one is a dumb charger that can overcharge your battery if left on the charger too long. This charger usually has a square or rectangular transformer that plugs directly into your wall receptacle. This charger may take up to eight hours to fully charge your battery and will continue to charge until you unplug it.
On your stand there are blue lights that show when it is charging the vacuum. If plugged up with out the vacuum on the base the lights do not show. Once you set the Vacuum on the base the blue lights indicate that it is charging.
First Option: mostly nokia chargers doesn't make problems... just try the following.. connect ur mobile with a system (usb cable)... found out whether it is charging or not... if the same prblm appears then there is a prblm in ur cell phone or power jack(socket)... if it charged with usb cable buy a new charger Please change Phone Bettery and check the charging IF Charging Problem not Solved So
Secend Option: Your Phone charging IC Fault So Please change charging IC And charging Problem will Solved Quickly