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How do I transfer my books from my old kindle to my new kindle fire?


Email via your old Kindle to your new Kindle Fire. You might need to set up a second email within your new Kindle.

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My old kindle quit working and I bought a new kindle fire. How can I add my old kindle account to my new kindle fire?


What you really need to do is add your new Kindle device to your
existing Amazon Kindle account. The good news is if you bought it from Amazon new, Amazon automatically registers it to your existing account. So . . .

Go to the Amazon website using your laptop or desktop computer and log onto your Amazon account.

1)On the upper right of the page you should see *Hello (your name)*
Drop down this menu by hovering your mouse pointer on it.

2) Select *Manage your content and devices*

3) If you're not logged in, enter your Username and password.

4) If you're browser is set to save passwords an log in you won't
need to do step 3

5) Select the *Your Devices* tab

6) All your Kindle devices should be listed there, including the new
Kindle Fire.

7) You can click on your old Kindle and *deregister* it.

8) You can make your new Kindle Fire your *default device* and
you can edit your other Kindle devices such as any Android
Device onto which you have installed the Kindle App.

9) The default device status ensures new books purchased will
automatically download to that device when it's connected to
the internet via Wi-Fi or 3G depending on what your Kindle Fire
is configured with.

10) You can click on the *Settings* tab to manage your credit card and other information.

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Kindle Fire Will not charge


you might want to consider posting your question in a fan based support forum such as this one:

Amazon Kindle Fire Forum on XDA Developers

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Kindle fire won't charge


You may need a new power cord or it is possible that your Kindle Fire's battery has died. If you noticed the battery life diminishing before it wouldn't charge this may be the case. Here is a site that has replacement batteries for the Kindle Fire:
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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:
3555A2L Battery for Amazon Kindle Fire D01400

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