I have tried multiple different chargers, i believe the mini USB port is damaged, but it was a christmas gift so i have no verification of purchase (reciept) therefore, I can't get it replaced/fixed for free. I know this will sound stupid but, and possible way to charge my tablet without the mini USB port being involved?
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First try to charge it with a different charger, and test the factory charger on another device (you tablet may have the common micro USB connector). This will test if the charger or cable are bad. But if the tablet will not charge with a different charger and cable, and it is still covered under the factory warranty, return it for a refund or a replacement.
I have repaired many tablets with a bad charger port, and it seems to be either a poorly designed connector, or an open wire inside due to pushing in too ******* the cable into the port.
if you cannot replace the tablet, maybe you can find help from someone who can open the tablet and fix the charger port.
I see several people having problems with their charger cord not plugging into the device so it charges or not staying plugged in because it comes right back out etc. I have found a way to make sure I don't damage those somewhat delicate and very small, mini-USB charging ports which are usually not repairable or replaceable.
I *borrowed* my wife's red fingernail polish and then I plugged in the charging cord on all of my seven or eight different devices and wall chargers which I have all labeled so I use the right one - I use masking tape and simply write the device name on the tape with a pen.
But, back to the red nail polish - I put a splotch of red nail polish so I can see it from the front of the device when it's plugged in correctly. This way the next time I plug it in to charge it, I'm not taking a chance of trying to plug it in backwards which can surely damage the female, mini-USB port, metal catch tabs and electrical pins.
If your Azpen A700 tablet won't charge or come on, you got no result trying to reset it, you've got only one option: take it back to the shop where you bought it and ask for authorized repair service, to diagnose cause of failure You even may have still option to warranty service. Problem is that it's a low cost 35$ tablet so repair service might not be worth to pay, looks rather as a disposable device..
When you have the charger plugged into the tablet and wall outlet does the triangle change to a lighting bolt if it doesn't change try a different changer either the charger or charging port or charging cable might be bad
Failure to charge is due to 1 of 3 problems. The charger, the connector or the battery. Try changing the charger or use your computer's USB port. If that doesn't solve your problem, it can only be a bad connector or the battery. Since both of these are not user replaceable without voiding the warranty, you will need service. Batteries age and wear down. How old is your tablet and is it still under warranty?
This could be any number of issues; are you charging this on a car charger or wall charger? Have you checked to make sure your charge port isn't damaged? Does it connect correctly via USB to a computer? Have you tried the charger on different outlets? Has the Kindle Fire been dropped or damaged in anyway?
Depend what model "this tablet" is. Generally tablet chargers have a USB connector at the wall plug end , plugged into the wall charger and a mini usb or proprietary connector at the tablet end. The USB connector can also be plugged into a USB port on a computer or other device. Charging rate will depend on how much current the device can deliver to the USB port, they are not all the same.
The mini USB cable that came with my tablet was lame and would only charge if held at a certain angle. Another cable worked fine. This is an ultra cheap tablet, and they cut corners everywhere they could.
I got my tablet with a charger but after some time it got damaged.. NOW I USE THE MINI-USB cable to charge it.. you can use an adaptor like the one that comes with the Samsung galaxy cellphone and use the mini usb cable with it.. Hope you understand my mess.. good look..