What to do if your Kindle won’t charge
Reasons for Kindle Won’t Charge issue.
If your Kindle doesn’t charge, there are a few things you can try. First, make sure that the charging port is clear of debris. If any dirt or dust clogs the port, it could prevent the charger from properly connecting to the device. You can clean the dock with a soft cloth or a cotton swab.
Your Kindle might not be holding a charge because the battery is old. Over time, batteries lose their ability to hold a charge as efficiently as they did when they were new. If you’ve had your Kindle for several years, it’s possible that the battery needs to be replaced. You can buy a new battery online or at some electronics stores.
Another reason your Kindle might not be holding a charge is that there is something wrong with the charging port.
Solutions to fix this issue:
If you’re having trouble charging your Kindle, you’re not alone. Many Kindle users have reported this issue.
You can try a few methods to fix this issue. First, make sure that the charging port is free of debris. If there’s lint or dirt build-up, it can prevent the charger from making a good connection.
You can also try once a different power source. If you’re trying to charge your Kindle with a computer USB port, try plugging it into a wall outlet instead. Sometimes, USB ports don’t provide enough power to properly charge a Kindle.
If these tips don’t work, you may need to contact Kindle Support for further assistance. In the meantime, there are plenty of other ways to keep reading even if your Kindle won’t charge!