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My kindle fire does not keep its charge. I can use it one time and during the ap it goes dead

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If you charge the device fully, meaning 100%, and while using it with a simple app it doesn't last 2 hrs. then you need to replace the battery. Next time it goes dead, don't turn it on, instead plug the charger and let it charge to 100% while the device is off. Once is fully charge, use it as you would normally do. But still,it needs a new battery.

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My kindle fire hdx 7 running lollipop 5.1 is charging but not keeping the power


Hi try another charger could B an intermittent fault with charger.if it's not the charger it could B a fault in the tablets charging circuit or a faulty.,,,, battery good luck

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Patricia, Using the power switch, you can forcibly reset your Kindle device. This reset will shut down the Kindle without accessing the shutdown command from within the Kindle's operating system, a particularly useful tool when dealing with a frozen Kindle. To initiate a hard shutdown, Kindle disconnect from its charger, slide and hold the power switch for about 20 seconds. This will force the Kindle to shut down, now it can be restarted normally.
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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.

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Kindle fire will not charge-got a new charger and it still will not charge- does it need anew battery and how do I do that?


The Kindle touch and the Kindle FIre are great devices for your reading needs. However, there are times when it becomes unresponsive and freezes 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/fire. Please note that you may lose your 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.
  • this might help you.

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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

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I left my Kindle fire on and it went dead. Now I cannot turn it on


Put it on charge for at least an hour.

Press and HOLD the power button in the ON position for a slow count of 30.
Ignore whatever happens and just keep it held on.
Now go drink a cup of tea and let it calm down.

Now touch the power button as normal to turn on.

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Kindle does not charge properly


Let's try to reset the charger system.
Step 1: Unplug from the charger, press and hold the Power button for 30 seconds
Step 2: Plug into the charger. Press and hold the power button for 30 seconds
Step 3: Let charge for 12 hours
Step 4: Unplug form the Charger, run the Kindle until totally dead.
Step 5: When DEAD. Press and hold the power button for 60 seconds.
Step 6: Plug into the charger, let charge normally
If this does not reset the charging system you have either a faulty Kindle or a faulty charger, contact Amazon for replacement.

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Sounds like your power cord is dead and that it's not charging. If it's new bring it back to the store you bought it from and get a new one.

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Kindle fire has red battery showing. I have charged it but it wont work


It may be the power cord but it is possible that your Kindle Fire's battery has died. If you noticed the battery life diminishing before it started flashing a red battery symbol this may be the case. Here is a site that has replacement batteries for the Kindle Fire:
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When I picked up my Kindle to read it today, the screen was on and frozen. I tried to turn the page and nothing happened. I tried turning it on and off and nothing happened. My husband held the power...


Your husband switched the device off. If you give the power switch a short nudge only, it goes in and out of "stand-by" mode, it is not really switched off.


Try to slide and hold the power switch again, until after the power light blinks three times. Should happe after ~5 seconds of holding. The Kindle should restart now --- takes about a minute, but you will see a progress bar to keep you happy during the delay.

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