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Fire tablet won't charge

I have replaced the battery with a genuine article that was 50% chargedo I proceeded to plug it in to fully charged it after 8 hours the charge had not increased. After the battery drained I plugged it in and the lightuning bolt showso it is charging but it will not go above 1%.

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I called Amazon and went through a 15 min troubleshooting session with support. Since mine was only 10 months old they sent a replacement. When it happened to the replacement it was 3 years old so I had to buy a new Fire - they forums say it's the charging portal.

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A couple of questions, then a couple of ideas.

  1. Are you using the charger that came with the tablet or are you using a universal charger?
  2. Do you leave the tablet on the charger a lot of the time or do you only charge it when it gets very low on charge?

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I think the biggest questions to be asked are, a) is the charger that you're using putting out sufficient power to charge the battery properly, or b) is the battery in your unit defective. These questions can probably be best answered through the store which you purchased it, such as a Best Buy or wherever it is that you got it. They should be able to analyze the output of the charger to see if it's correct. If it is correct and again if you've not been doing the shallow cycling then that would indicate a problem with the battery.
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Spec Sheet http://www.nextbookusa.com/pdfs/NEXT8P_Spec_Sheet.pdf

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