Question about Amazon Kindle Keyboard 3G, FREE 3G Wi-Fi, 6 inch E Ink Display - Grey
Not much I can do except wiggle connections, blow into connectors in case there is any dirt inside, repeatedly plug and unplug from my computer (where no displace is coming up, as it usually does, to say Kindle is connected) Have tried with a USB plug into a socket. The plug lights up but the Kindle does not. Kindle display when I went to charge first just said my battery was low. after first attempt to charge it now says "Critical Battery - Your battery is empty". Is the battery dead? and if it is, how do I retrieve my books? Liz Burnage
You have a blown capacitor. You will need to open it up, find the capacitor (the top will be convex instead of flat) and replace it. It is delicate work, so only do it if you are familiar with this kind of work. Otherwise, find a friend who is good at repairing sensitive electronics.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
DEAR FRIEND, THE BATTERY IS TOO LOW THAT IS WHY IT WILL NOT COME ON. SO YOU WILL HAVE TO USE A UNIVERSAL CHARGER TO BOOST IT.
Posted on Feb 09, 2011
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