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11 galileo pro wont come on after charging. I have had it on the charger for over 9 hours and the blue indicator light near the charging portal keeps flashing.

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SOURCE: My 11 galileo pro tablet will not power on after charging for 9+hrs.. When plugged in the blue indicator light flashes..What is going on?

The blinking blue indicator may be reassuring you that charging is in progress when, in fact, the battery may be dead or the charger is defective.

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