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We turned off and on by holding power button for ten sec. and charged it, disconnected the battery and reconnected it. No much you can do when the screen doesn't work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Battery is not charging
Let the battery go all the way dead. You may have to adjust the settings in your bios so that the laptop will stay on until the battery goes completely dead. Then charge the battery. Do this a few times if it does not fix the problem you do need a new battery.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
Try a different charger. If that fails too, you have a logic board issue. Amazon should give you a replacement. If you're out warranty, you can get the part at Kindle Repair and there is a guide that shows you how to open a kindle and install parts at Kindle Repair Guide.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
Shift the power button and hold it for a slow count of 15 (at least 15 seconds) and then release it. It will look like nothing is happening after you release the power button but in 5 or 10 more seconds it will reset and reboot.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
SOURCE: Kindle light is orange when
Try to slide and hold the on switch until after the power light blinks three times (should happen after a little more than 5 seconds). Release the switch after the blinks and the Kindle should start up.
This is only necessary if the Kindle was switched off by the same method before, or if the battery was completely drained. A short nudge of the power switch merely puts it in and out of a power-saving sleep mode, the prolonged hold really cuts / reinstates power.
Posted on Jul 23, 2011
Testimonial: "Nope, nothing. I tried plugging the usb into my laptop. The Kindle doesn't show up or it says no data/driver found."
It is possible you got into APX mode (for transferring files with the device not in the OS using NVFlash. Great if you bricked a device). This mode is Hold VOL UP and tap POWER. In this case, you can try to use the Reset Hole on the left side of the Asus TF300 (between the microHDMI and microSD card). Try it for 3-5 seconds. Another thing you could do is hold the power button for 30 seconds, release, hold it for 3 seconds and see if it boots.
The last thing you could do is hold VOL DOWN and POWER for about 12-15 seconds until some small text appears in the top left.
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
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