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Get Your Fire Tablet to Charge
If you are having problems charging your Kindle Fire, the issue could be a glitch with the tablet, a problem with the charging cable, an issue with the micro-USB power port or a deficient power outlet. After you have completed some basic troubleshooting, and still your Kindle won't charge, you may need to contact the retailer you purchased your device from, or Amazon's Customer Support, for further assistance. Even if you do not understand what led to the tablet's inability to charge properly, sometimes the issue can still be resolved by simply rebooting your Kindle Fire. Hold down the "Power" button for at least 20 seconds. Press the "Power" button again to see if the device will turn back on.
Resetting the Kindle Fire
They are especially great for kids, not only because they are sturdy and inexpensive, but also because the curated app library that Amazon maintains keeps out a lot of the more problematic material for young people. Unfortunately, many models of the Kindle Fire have a consistent and persistent design problem that Amazon seems to have had difficulty in shaking. Specifically, the Fires have a tendency for their chargers to go bad in one way or another, so that the devices while perfectly functional have a hard time taking a charge. Second, there can be a problem with the battery itself. Third, there can be problems with the charging adapter or the cable. Last but in the case of the Fire far from least, there might be a problem with the charging port on the tablet.