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Suddenly it will not turn on, and the battery was only 1/2 discharged. Can you help?

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Kindle Fire has frozen


Lots of help and videos Joan.

  • Amazon.com Help: Quick Fix: Slow or Frozen Screen www.amazon.com > Amazon Device Support Quick Fix: Slow or Frozen Screen. If your Fire tablet or Kindle e-reader screen is slow to respond or freezes, restart your device or try the troubleshooting steps below.
  • Amazon.com: Customer Discussions: my kindle fire has frozen www.amazon.com/forum/kindle?cdForum=Fx1D7SY3BVSESG&cdThread=Tx30... A discussion in the Kindle forum. Amazon Try Prime All Go. Shop by Department ...
  • What to Do If Your Kindle Fire Screen is Frozen or Locked ... https://www.supportrix.com/kb/what-to-do-if-your-kindle-fire... Kindle Fire is a tablet computer released by Amazon, which features a full color 7-inch display with multi-touch. In addition to surfing the Internet, this multimedia ...
  • Amazon.ca Help: Troubleshooting Your Kindle www.amazon.ca/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=200829000 Quick Fix: Slow or Frozen Screen. If your Fire or Kindle screen is slow to respond or freezes, restart your device or try the troubleshooting steps below.
  • Frozen or Stuck Kindle Fire - YouTube www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9iffkiMDB8
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    2014-05-15 · Is the touch screen being unresponsive? Amazon Kindle Fire Locking Up/Freezing? This quick little video will show you how to do a quick fix. ...
  • How to Fix a Frozen or Unresponsive Kindle ' The eBook ... blog.the-ebook-reader.com/2014/...fix-a-frozen-or-unresponsive-kindle How to Fix a Frozen or Unresponsive Kindle. ... If your Kindle Fire HDX or other Kindle Fire tablet is suddenly ... my kindle has frozen on page one of four for at ...
  • My Fire is frozen up. - Kindle Fire - iFixit https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85362/My+Fire+is+frozen+up. jojack6200, try this "Performing a hard reset on your Kindle Fire may resolve intermittent issues like a frozen screen, battery issues or trouble downloading content ...
  • Why has my Kindle frozen? - Telegraph www.telegraph.co.uk/.../advice/9590203/Why-has-my-Kindle-frozen.html 2012-10-07 · Help, my Kindle has frozen. The only thing on the screen is an etching of Hercules, with a black section at the bottom. I can't switch it on or off, charge ...
  • What to Do If Kindle Is Frozen & Will Not Turn Off or On ... https://techwalla.com/content/do-frozen-not-turn-off What to Do If Kindle Is Frozen & Will Not Turn Off or On? ... If the Kindle does not have enough ... If your Kindle remains frozen after charging the battery and ...
  • How to Reset a Kindle (with Pictures) - wikiHow www.wikihow.com/Reset-a-Kindle
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    2016-03-03 · How to Reset a Kindle. If your Kindle becomes unresponsive or begins to have frequent problems, you can troubleshoot it by trying a reset. A standard, soft ...

  • Apr 20, 2016 | Amazon Kindle Fire HD

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    Fully charged. Why doesn't it turn on?


    Ruby, try pressing and holding on button or you will have to reset.
    Check the attached links,
    "I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info."

    Reset Kindle Fire When it Won Turn on or Charge

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    Mar 12, 2016 | Amazon Kindle Fire HD

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    New battery for Kindle Fire?


    Step 1 - Back Case


    • Wedge a plastic opening tool into the lower right corner of the Kindle Fire.
    • Pry the case apart and run the plastic opening tool along the perimeter of the Kindle Fire to release the clips securing the case halves to each other.
    • If you are having extreme difficulty inserting the plastic opening tool, carefully use a metal spudger to undo the first clip, then switch back to the opening tool to avoid scratching your case.
      • It is helpful to pry the bottom of the Kindle Fire away (and out from the side) from the top part. Exerting too much force attempting to split the two without pulling away can cause the tabs on the inside to crack.
    Step 2
    • Once you have freed all the plastic clips, pull the back case off the Kindle Fire.
    Step 3 - Battery
    • Fit the tip of the plastic opening tool between the right battery cell and the Kindle Fire's frame.
    • Lever the battery up and work the plastic opening tool down along its edge to release the glue securing it to the frame.
    • step 4
    • Repeat the process from the previous step to free the left battery cell.
    Step 5
    • Lift the back of the battery up to relieve any tension in the battery connector and simultaneously use a spudger to push the battery connector out of its socket.
    • Pull the battery out of the Kindle Fire.
    Kindle Fire Battery Replacement

    Oct 31, 2015 | Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7in, 32GB

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    Where is the reset button on the kindle fire?


    According to eHow.com: " E-Reader Soft Reset
    • 1 Open your Kindle's Menu while on the Home screen. Do so by pressing the Menu button, or the onscreen Menu icon for Kindle Paperwhite owners. Select the "Settings" option.
    • 2 Choose "Menu" again from within the Settings menu. This displays a different menu than before.
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    • 3 Choose the "Restart" option. Wait while your Kindle powers off and on again.
    E-Reader Hard Reset
    • 1 Charge your Kindle e-reader before performing a hard reset. Charging helps ensure your problem isn't related to the device having a low battery.
    • 2 Hold down the Power button for 20 seconds. The screen will change after a few seconds, but continue holding the power button for the full 20 seconds before releasing.
    • 3 Wait while your Kindle restarts.
    E-Reader Factory Reset
    • 1 Press your Kindle's Menu button. Select "Settings" from the menu.
    • 2 Open the menu once more from within the Settings window. Select "Reset to Factory Defaults," or "Reset Device" if you're using a Paperwhite.
    • 3 Select "Yes" in the confirmation window after reading the warning. Wait while your Kindle restarts and restores.
    Fire Soft Reset
    • 1 Hold the Power button down for three to five seconds. A Shutdown window appears.
    • 2 Tap the "Power Off" button in the Shutdown window. Wait for the Fire to shut down completely.
    • 3 Press the Power button to turn the device on again.
    Fire Hard Reset
    • 1 Plug your Kindle Fire in and give it time to charge before performing a hard reset. This helps ensure your issues aren't related to having a low battery.
    • 2 Hold down the Power button for 20 seconds. The Kindle Fire will shut down.
    • 3 Press the Power button to turn the Kindle Fire back on.
    Fire Factory Reset
    • 1 Swipe your finger down from the top of your Kindle Fire's screen, presenting the Quick Settings menu.
    • 2 Tap the "Settings" option and select "Device."
    • 3 Select "Reset to Factory Defaults," then tap the "Reset" button. Wait while your Kindle Fire restarts and restores.


    Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_6122863_reset-kindle.html

    May 10, 2015 | Tablets & eReaders

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    How do I fix a Kindle Fire whose battery runs low too often.


    The only real ways are to 1)Install Android and keep it connected to the charging USB cable. You lose the original Amazon OS and the free Amazon Prime movies. or 2)Install a new battery, There are YouTube videos showing you how. I chose method ! and I'm having fun learning Android KitKat 4.4.2

    Apr 12, 2015 | Amazon Kindle Fire HD

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    I charged my kindle, but can't get it to turn on


    According to Love My Kindle Fire, nearly every Kindle owner will, at some point, need to learn how to "reset" their machine.
    "When I hear (or read) these words from those who are experiencing a problem with their Kindle Fire it usually ends with something like, "turn on", "charge", or "work".

    If suddenly your Kindle Fire won't work, then its most likely locked up. However, sometimes when it locks up, you can't tell because the screen goes dark (either gray or black). It just looks like it's off when in fact it is already one. cause the screen goes dark, either gray or black. It just looks like it's off when in fact your Kindle Fire is on but is stuck. When an electronic device locks up or freezes usually resetting it fixes the problem. Resetting your Kindle Fire is actually really easy, just hold down the power button for at least 20 seconds. .If your Kindle Fire won't turn on it's possible the battery went dead (if it was left "on" too long).
    Plug in the power charger and wait about 15 minutes to make sure it gets enough charge, and then try turning it on again.
    If it still won't turn on, try to reset the Kindle Fire again to be sure it's powered off.
    If it still won't work, try someone else's charger, in case yours died.

    Mar 03, 2015 | Amazon Kindle Touch 4gb, Wi-fi, 6in -...

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    My Kindle won't turn on after I charged it. I charged it because the 2 books I bought did not show on the kindle.


    The Kindle touch and the Kindle FIre are great devices for you reading needs. However, there are time when it becomes unresponsive and freeze on you. Amazon says it is because the battery isn't charged properly or does not have enough power on it. It is advisable to charge your battery first before trying to reset the Kindle touch/Fire. If theKindle still has issues, then try the steps below on how to reset your Kindle touch. Please note that you may lose you data during the reset process, make sure you have made a backup of your files before proceding.
    Hard and Soft Reset
    • Make sure the Kindle is turned ON.
    • Press the Power button for 20-30 seconds until it turns OFF.
    • Wait for it to reboot, if it doesn't press the power button to turn it ON.
    • Your kindle should be back to a responsive state. hope this helps

    Dec 20, 2014 | Amazon Kindle 1

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    Kindle will not turn on


    The Kindle Fire will not turn on, correct? Let's try a hard reset.
    Step 1: Unplug the device from the charger
    Step 2: Press and hold the power button for 30 seconds
    Step 3: Release the power button, then press and release the power button normally, the Kindle should wake up
    Step 4: If the Kindle does not wake up, find an alternate charger or go down to Radio Shack or Staples and get a new charger
    Step 5: Plug in the new Charger to the Kindle for 12 hours when done leave the Kindle plugged into the charger
    Step 6: While the Kindle is plugged into the charger, press and hold the power button for 30 seconds. Let the Kindle charge for another hour.
    Step 7: Pickup the Kindle, press and release the power button normally, the Kindle should now wake up.
    Step 8: If the Kindle does not respond, contact Amazon for a replacememnt

    Apr 21, 2013 | Amazon Kindle Fire HD

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    Kindle keeps turning itself off


    This is usually a sign of either a failing charger or Kindle, let's try to hard reset the Kindle.
    Step 1: Press and hold the power button for 60 seconds
    Step 2: Plug the Kindle into the changer, press and hold the power for 30 seconds
    Step 3: Let charge for 12 hours
    Step 4: Turn on and use the Kindle, if it shuts down before 6 to 8 hours of use, contact Amazon for a replacement.

    Mar 26, 2013 | Amazon Kindle Fire HD

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    The kindle won't turn on


    It is possible that your Kindle Fire's battery has died. If you noticed the battery life diminishing before it wouldn't turn on at all this may be the case. Here is a site that has replacement batteries for the Kindle Fire:
    3555A2L Battery for Amazon Kindle Fire D01400

    Dec 31, 2012 | Amazon Kindle Fire HD

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