Question about Tablets & eReaders
The problem might be that your battery is too old. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charges that it can undergo.. usually between 300 and 500, before it starts to not hold much power anymore.. If it's not the battery,
I suggest you test the charger.
if you have a multimeter/voltmeter, unplug the charger from the wall socket and tablet. Set multimeter to measure Resistance/Ohms.. Touch one end of your meter cable to one of the charger pins(that you would otherwise stick into the wall socket) & the other end to the end you otherwise stick into the tablet.. all you're looking for is 'some' measurement... if you get a reading, test the other pin (wall socket end of the charger) .. if you get a reading again, then your charger should be fine.
Next look at your tablet, where you stick the charger into.. does anything seem loose/out of place? if no.. call the shop you bought it from an ask for assistance over the phone (typically shops offer advice freely over the phone)
Posted on Nov 12, 2014
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