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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't know what connectors you have on your tablet, but often there is a micro USB socket for connecting a lead from there to a standard USB socket on a computer. Some devices can also charge through this connection, so this is worth a try.
You may also try replacing the charger with a new one, in case yours has become faulty (you could check for a voltage at the plug for the tablet when the charger is plugged in by using a suitable multimeter on the right setting. Absence of voltage here would confirm a faulty charger.)
Otherwise, if the charger is OK and all the connections are firm and good, it may be necessary to replace the battery as rechargeable batteries do have a finite life.
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Posted on Dec 22, 2014
SOURCE: how do i fix my anoc tablet
This is an entry level tablet at just £32 on Amazon. It would probably be cheaper to buy another one new
There are places that fix tablets and there are DIY videos and text.
anoc tablet Google Search
Posted on Oct 14, 2016
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