For avid book-readers, Kindle has become a huge part of their lives. From children to adults, Kindle is used by all age groups. That’s why when they see that there Kindle is not turning on they feel they are not ‘linked to life”. Every Kindle user has at least once, at some point of using Kindle encountered this problem. Fortunately, there are some solutions which can help solve this problem and you can do this on your own. By following the below-mentioned tricks you can fix your Kindle easily when it won’t turn on.

Resetting your Kindle Device

Most of the time, when your Kindle won’t turn on, it does not get broken but gets stuck. When this happens the device gets locked up and does not work properly. Resetting your Kindle is one of the easiest solutions to this problem. This can be done by pressing and holding the power button for about 20 seconds. Then hit the power button again and turn on the device and your Kindle Fire will work properly again. If it still doesn’t work, then try holding the power down button for 30 seconds or more. In most cases, this should solve the problem.


Go for the Factory Reset Option

If your Kindle still doesn’t work after undergoing a soft reset, then reboot it to factory settings and clear all data and apps. To do this, you need to tap on Quick Settings option on the device and then press the “More”, “Device” and finally the “Reset to Factory Defaults” options consecutively. By doing this, all the data present on your Kindle will be deleted, so be very careful when deciding to go with this option. However, you can still download the already purchased books or apps from Amazon Cloud.

Replacing or recharging the battery of the Kindle

Another very common reason as to why your Kindle device may not turn on is if the battery runs out. To turn on your Kindle, you need to recharge its battery. This can be achieved by plugging your Kindle device to your laptop or computer for about 30 minutes. After recharging is done try turning it ON again. If it still doesn’t work then reset it again. If your Kindle still doesn’t turn then it might be possible that your charger is broken. Changing the charger can also help solve the issue. Also sometimes, the battery is broken and needs replacement. So try changing the battery too.

Enjoy reading once the Kindle is ON

After a long hard day at work, you come back home to relax and read a book on your Kindle only to find out it won’t turn on. Isn’t it irritating? Now you can follow these three above mentioned steps when your Kindle doesn’t turn on. These options work most of the time as the Kindle device stops turning on for very common problems. Even after these steps, the problem persists, it is better to contact the customer service team.

These suggestions provide the solutions to those problems. Also, you can do these tricks on your own as they are very easy. You don’t even have to go to some professional and pay them to solve the problem. So follow these tricks, get your Kindle to turn on and have a good time reading. Get the Kindle Support Here on 877-690-9305

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