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Thank you '''[http://www.ifixit.com/User/441772/John+Painter|John Painter]''' for '''[http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|'http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|this]'''. This nails it. My nephew and nieces begged me to fix their non-charging Kindle Fire. Knew it wasn't the charger since Amazon sent them a new one. At first, suspected it could possibly be a bad battery but something in my gut told me it was the '''micro USB adaptor''' and found this guide. Boom. Once I figured this out, I text messaged my oldest niece and asked if any of them dropped the Kindle and she said her youngest brother got scared once and threw the Kindle on the ground. The mystery was solved and now we can fix it.
Thank you '''[http://www.ifixit.com/User/441772/John+Painter|John Painter]''' for '''[http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|'http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|this]'''. This nails it. My nephew and nieces begged me to fix their non-charging Kindle Fire. Knew it wasn't the charger since Amazon sent them a new one. At first, suspected it could possibly be a bad battery but something in my gut told me it was the '''micro USB adaptor''' and found this guide. Boom. Once I figured this out, I text messaged my oldest niece and asked if any of them dropped the Kindle and she said her youngest brother got scared once and threw the Kindle on the ground. The mystery was solved and now we can fix it.
 
'''Warning''':
 
The hardest part (for me) was sadly getting the case open. I had to use a metal tool briefly because I '''quickly broke both my smaller plastic tools''' in quick succession. I felt like a loser and wished that I had taken a DeVry class based on the million commercials I saw in the 80s and 90s. My first reaction was, "''What kind of crappy tools are these that break?!''" but then I realized that if they hadn't broken, I would be holding a cracked Kindle (to quote/paraphrase Norm McDonald, "''Merry Christmas kids, hope you like crap''"). At the end of the day, it wasn't the end of the world but I '''did break two clips'''. Hopefully, it won't be a problem when I reassemble.
 
After I got the Kindle open, everything was moderately easy. Little hiccups here and there but very intuitive. Obviously, you will need the iFixit standard tool kit to get down to the broken micro USB connector. Never a fan of [guide|7741|prying off a lithium battery that is glued]. I'm always scared that I will puncture the battery and it will explode in my face based on the warning labels. Not sure if that would happen but in my head that is how the movie plays out.
 
I've isolated the broken micro USB connector. Next step is to find a replacement since one of the 5 pins is snapped and there are only 4 pins visible. Will report back once I find one. Thanks again,

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Thank you '''[http://www.ifixit.com/User/441772/John+Painter|John Painter]''' for [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|'''this''']'''[http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|']'''. This nails it. My nephew and nieces begged me to fix their non-charging Kindle Fire. Knew it wasn't the charger since Amazon sent them a new one. At first, suspected it could possibly be a bad battery but something in my gut told me it was the '''micro USB adaptor''' and found this guide. Boom. Once I figured this out, I text messaged my oldest niece and asked if any of them dropped the Kindle and she said her youngest brother got scared once and threw the Kindle on the ground. The mystery was solved and now we can fix it.
Thank you '''[http://www.ifixit.com/User/441772/John+Painter|John Painter]''' for [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|'''this''']'''[http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|']'''. This nails it. My nephew and nieces begged me to fix their non-charging Kindle Fire. Knew it wasn't the charger since Amazon sent them a new one. At first, suspected it could possibly be a bad battery but something in my gut told me it was the '''micro USB adaptor''' and found this guide. Boom. Once I figured this out, I text messaged my oldest niece and asked if any of them dropped the Kindle and she said her youngest brother got scared once and threw the Kindle on the ground. The mystery was solved and now we can fix it.
 
'''Warning''':
 
The hardest part (for me) was sadly getting the case open. I had to use a metal tool briefly because I '''quickly broke both my smaller plastic tools''' in quick succession. I felt like a loser and wished that I had taken a DeVry class based on the million commercials I saw in the 80s and 90s. My first reaction was, "''What kind of crappy tools are these that break?!''" but then I realized that if they hadn't broken, I would be holding a cracked Kindle (to quote/paraphrase Norm McDonald, "''Merry Christmas kids, hope you like crap''"). At the end of the day, it wasn't the end of the world but I '''did break two clips'''. Hopefully, it won't be a problem when I reassemble.
 
After I got the Kindle open, everything was moderately easy. Little hiccups here and there but very intuitive. Obviously, you will need the iFixit standard tool kit to get down to the broken micro USB connector. Never a fan of [guide|7741|prying off a lithium battery that is glued]. I'm always scared that I will puncture the battery and it will explode in my face based on the warning labels. Not sure if that would happen but in my head that is how the movie plays out.
 
I've isolated the broken micro USB connector. Next step is to find a replacement since one of the 5 pins is snapped and there are only 4 pins visible. Will report back once I find one. Thanks again,

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Thank you '''[http://www.ifixit.com/User/441772/John+Painter|John Painter]''' for [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|thishttp://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|'''this''']. This nails it. My nephew and nieces begged me to fix their non-charging Kindle Fire. Knew it wasn't the charger since Amazon sent them a new one. At first, suspected it could possibly be a bad battery but something in my gut told me it was the '''micro USB adaptor''' and found this guide. Boom. Once I figured this out, I text messaged my oldest niece and asked if any of them dropped the Kindle and she said her youngest brother got scared once and threw the Kindle on the ground. The mystery was solved and now we can fix it.
Thank you '''[http://www.ifixit.com/User/441772/John+Painter|John Painter]''' for [http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|thishttp://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|'''this''']. This nails it. My nephew and nieces begged me to fix their non-charging Kindle Fire. Knew it wasn't the charger since Amazon sent them a new one. At first, suspected it could possibly be a bad battery but something in my gut told me it was the '''micro USB adaptor''' and found this guide. Boom. Once I figured this out, I text messaged my oldest niece and asked if any of them dropped the Kindle and she said her youngest brother got scared once and threw the Kindle on the ground. The mystery was solved and now we can fix it.
 
'''Warning''':
 
The hardest part (for me) was sadly getting the case open. I had to use a metal tool briefly because I '''quickly broke both my smaller plastic tools''' in quick succession. I felt like a loser and wished that I had taken a DeVry class based on the million commercials I saw in the 80s and 90s. My first reaction was, "''What kind of crappy tools are these that break?!''" but then I realized that if they hadn't broken, I would be holding a cracked Kindle (to quote/paraphrase Norm McDonald, "''Merry Christmas kids, hope you like crap''"). At the end of the day, it wasn't the end of the world but I '''did break two clips'''. Hopefully, it won't be a problem when I reassemble.
 
After I got the Kindle open, everything was moderately easy. Little hiccups here and there but very intuitive. Obviously, you will need the iFixit standard tool kit to get down to the broken micro USB connector. Never a fan of [guide|7741|prying off a lithium battery that is glued]. I'm always scared that I will puncture the battery and it will explode in my face based on the warning labels. Not sure if that would happen but in my head that is how the movie plays out.
 
I've isolated the broken micro USB connector. Next step is to find a replacement since one of the 5 pins is snapped and there are only 4 pins visible. Will report back once I find one. Thanks again,

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Thank you '''[http://www.ifixit.com/User/441772/John+Painter|John Painter]''' for this[http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|this]. This nails it. My nephew and nieces begged me to fix their non-charging Kindle Fire. Knew it wasn't the charger since Amazon sent them a new one. At first, suspected it could possibly be a bad battery but something in my gut told me it was the '''micro USB adaptor''' and found this guide. Boom. Once I figured this out, I text messaged my oldest niece and asked if any of them dropped the Kindle and she said her youngest brother got scared once and threw the Kindle on the ground. The mystery was solved and now we can fix it.
Thank you '''[http://www.ifixit.com/User/441772/John+Painter|John Painter]''' for this[http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/85370/not+charging#answer112361|this]. This nails it. My nephew and nieces begged me to fix their non-charging Kindle Fire. Knew it wasn't the charger since Amazon sent them a new one. At first, suspected it could possibly be a bad battery but something in my gut told me it was the '''micro USB adaptor''' and found this guide. Boom. Once I figured this out, I text messaged my oldest niece and asked if any of them dropped the Kindle and she said her youngest brother got scared once and threw the Kindle on the ground. The mystery was solved and now we can fix it.
 
'''Warning''':
 
The hardest part (for me) was sadly getting the case open. I had to use a metal tool briefly because I '''quickly broke both my smaller plastic tools''' in quick succession. I felt like a loser and wished that I had taken a DeVry class based on the million commercials I saw in the 80s and 90s. My first reaction was, "''What kind of crappy tools are these that break?!''" but then I realized that if they hadn't broken, I would be holding a cracked Kindle (to quote/paraphrase Norm McDonald, "''Merry Christmas kids, hope you like crap''"). At the end of the day, it wasn't the end of the world but I '''did break two clips'''. Hopefully, it won't be a problem when I reassemble.
 
After I got the Kindle open, everything was moderately easy. Little hiccups here and there but very intuitive. Obviously, you will need the iFixit standard tool kit to get down to the broken micro USB connector. Never a fan of [guide|7741|prying off a lithium battery that is glued]. I'm always scared that I will puncture the battery and it will explode in my face based on the warning labels. Not sure if that would happen but in my head that is how the movie plays out.
 
I've isolated the broken micro USB connector. Next step is to find a replacement since one of the 5 pins is snapped and there are only 4 pins visible. Will report back once I find one. Thanks again,

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Thank you '''[http://www.ifixit.com/User/441772/John+Painter|John Painter]''' for this. This nails it. My nephew and nieces begged me to fix their non-charging Kindle Fire. Knew it wasn't the charger since Amazon sent them a new one. At first, suspected it could possibly be a bad battery but something in my gut told me it was the '''micro USB adaptor''' and found this guide. Boom. Once I figured this out, I text messaged my oldest niece and asked if any of them dropped the Kindle and she said her youngest brother got scared once and threw the Kindle on the ground. The mystery was solved and now we can fix it.

'''Warning''':

The hardest part (for me) was sadly getting the case open. I had to use a metal tool briefly because I '''quickly broke both my smaller plastic tools''' in quick succession. I felt like a loser and wished that I had taken a DeVry class based on the million commercials I saw in the 80s and 90s. My first reaction was, "''What kind of crappy tools are these that break?!''" but then I realized that if they hadn't broken, I would be holding a cracked Kindle (to quote/paraphrase Norm McDonald, "''Merry Christmas kids, hope you like crap''"). At the end of the day, it wasn't the end of the world but I '''did break two clips'''. Hopefully, it won't be a problem when I reassemble.

After I got the Kindle open, everything was moderately easy. Little hiccups here and there but very intuitive. Obviously, you will need the iFixit standard tool kit to get down to the broken micro USB connector. Never a fan of [guide|7741|prying off a lithium battery that is glued]. I'm always scared that I will puncture the battery and it will explode in my face based on the warning labels. Not sure if that would happen but in my head that is how the movie plays out.

I've isolated the broken micro USB connector. Next step is to find a replacement since one of the 5 pins is snapped and there are only 4 pins visible. Will report back once I find one. Thanks again,

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