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Perhaps only the rechargeable battery is on its end of life? or your charger is not capable to give enough power to charge the battery and drive the tablet at the same time.
If you only could charge the battery once , while it is not connected, that could give an indication of its condition, when you start using it.
Sure you are charging the tablet with an original charger? Like they delivered with the tablet?

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