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How do you unregister a kindle that you are no longer using because you got a new one.

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You can de-register your old Kindle directly from the settings menu of this device. On my Kindle, there are three dots at the top right of the home screen. Click on this and then on "Settings". When this opens, click on "My Account" and you will see a heading "Deregister Device". Click on Deregister.

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