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The Amazon Kindle Fire advertises 30 hours or more of battery life per charge. But unfortunately, it’s not what it looks like. Just like other gadgets, the Amazon Kindle Fire too, is prone to defects. There have been many reports of Kindle Fire not charging, freezing up, or no longer turning ON after being fully charged. Yes, you heard it right! One of the biggest and most common problems faced by Kindle Fire is its Charging Port Defect, which makes your once mighty reading device useless in just a matter of hours.

Once that charging slot is knocked loose, the countdown to a fully drained battery begins. Basically, this is a technical issue caused due to a faulty micro-soldering in the Kindle Fire’s motherboard. Unfortunately, Amazon has done nothing so far to resolve this nerve-racking issue, causing a huge number of unsatisfied consumers to regret on not buying an iPad Mini instead!

Have you ever used your Kindle Fire while it is plugged in? Do you know – each time your device is plugged into the charger and moved around – you increase your chance of damaging the charging port? Yes, it is true, apparently. Also, putting the charger in upside down can damage the port overtime.

If you too are facing the same dilemma and wondering why your Kindle Fire not holding charge, it is recommended that you perform a hard reset of your Kindle Fire.

  1. Before you begin, check whether you’re using the genuine power adapter and micro-USB cable, which came with your device.
  2. Also, make sure the micro-USB cable is securely connected to both your Kindle Fire device and the power adapter.
  3. Before performing the hard reset, charge your device for approximately 30 minutes.
  4. Once your Kindle Fire is sufficiently charged to perform the reset process, press and hold the power button for around 20 seconds and then release.
  5. Wait until the device has completely turned OFF, and then long-press the power button to restart your Kindle device.

If this doesn’t work out for you, try charging the Kindle Fire longer and then trying the hard reset again. If you still can’t able to get your Kindle device to work properly, feel free to contact us at +1-855-666-2009. Our top-notch techs have both the expertise and ability to cure charging port defects and damages that your Kindle device may be suffering from, no matter which model you have.

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