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Press and holding down the power button for 20 seconds or more. Then turn the device back on by hitting the power button again. If this doesn't work the first time, you can try holding the button down for 30 seconds or more. Most of the time, this will be all you have to do to make the Kindle Fire work again.Oct. 11, 2014
May 26, 2020 - Perform a soft reset. A soft reset resolves many common issues without affecting any data on the device. Press and hold the Power button for 40 seconds, then release. The charge indicator light should turn on after several seconds, and then the Kindle Fire should reboot.
Fix an Amazon Fire that Won't Start. Hold Power Button. Ensure that you are holding down the "Power" button for at least 5 seconds to power it on normally. Charge Using AC Adapter. Ensure that the Amazon Fire has a charged battery. Hold "Volume Down" While Powering On. Restore Latest Software.
IF model number posted is correct and green power light comes on for a few seconds and then goes off: On front of set press and hold both the Menu and Input (device) buttons at the same time for at least five seconds and release both buttons.
Power light will then blink a two digit error code like 2 blinks, 2 blinks, a pause and repeat it several times.
Let me know what error code is found and I will tell you what it means.