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Battery does not want to charge

Sometimes I can reboot and it will charge but not fully,can barely get past 40%. Then drains quickly??

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Could be variable reasons -> If you're using generic brand chargers or charger adapter (these have various voltage settings on them and numerous tips for insertion into charging location on unit). This is often an issue with regular cell phones as well. If you don't use the same brand charger (or at the least, one of the reputable 3rd party manufacturers, ex: Belkin)...Most importantly, make sure the charger output matches input of the phone. If you're unsure, check you owners manual for specifications. Do the same for your charger specification. If it's quicker to use the internet. Search the net for your phone model. This also includes the info you need for the charger...Depending on the age of the battery and/or the tablet/e-reader. Again, there could be many variables

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