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Hello, on July 2, 2020 we purchased from Amazon a NEW kindle oasis. Today the kindle would not start or open. there is a picture of a battery on the screen with an exclamation mark in it. From what I've been able to determine is that the Battery is done. Is this unit still under warranty???

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From a previous user:

This worked for me!… see more From a previous user:

This worked for me!
Plug kindle in, Log into your account, click manage devices and content, delete a few books, press and hold the power button to restart.

It restarted and came back with 12% battery and my library was all there, too!

“ A: I registered my Kindle Paperwhite (Previous Generation-7th whatever that means?!!!) in November 2018. After reading some of these comments I was really worried that my device was a gonner even though I hardly ever used it. I had the “Death Battery” symbol described and I plugged it into the charger and got the yellow light but nothing else. Just that battery with exclamation mark. I logged onto my Amazon account and “Manage device content.” I deleted a couple of books just to get some connection between Amazon computers and my Kindle. I then checked on my Kindle Paperwhite and it is functional again and now showing 12% charge and all my books. WHOOPEE!!! Hope this works for you.

Elia · 2 weeks ago” see less From a previous user:

This worked for me!
Plug kindle in, Log into your account, click manage devices and content, delete a few books, press and hold the power button to restart.

It restarted and came back with 12% battery and my library was all there, too!

“ A: I registered my Kindle Paperwhite (Previous Generation-7th whatever that means?!!!) in November 2018. After reading some of these comments I was really worried that my device was a gonner even though I hardly ever used it. I had the “Death Battery” symbol described and I plugged it into the charger and got the yellow light but nothing else. Just that battery with exclamation mark. I logged onto my Amazon account and “Manage device content.” I deleted a couple of books just to get some connection between Amazon computers and my Kindle. I then checked on my Kindle Paperwhite and it is functional again and now showing 12% charge and all my books. WHOOPEE!!! Hope this works for you.

Elia · 2 weeks ago”

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I registered my Kindle Paperwhite (Previous Generation-7th whatever that means?!!!) in November 2018. After reading some of these comments I was really worried that my device was a gonner even though I hardly ever used it. I had the “Death Battery” symbol described and I plugged it into the charger and got the yellow l… see more I registered my Kindle Paperwhite (Previous Generation-7th whatever that means?!!!) in November 2018. After reading some of these comments I was really worried that my device was a gonner even though I hardly ever used it. I had the “Death Battery” symbol described and I plugged it into the charger and got the yellow light but nothing else. Just that battery with exclamation mark. I logged onto my Amazon account and “Manage device content.” I deleted a couple of books just to get some connection between Amazon computers and my Kindle. I then checked on my Kindle Paperwhite and it is functional again and now showing 12% charge and all my books. WHOOPEE!!! Hope this works for you. see less I registered my Kindle Paperwhite (Previous Generation-7th whatever that means?!!!) in November 2018. After reading some of these comments I was really worried that my device was a gonner even though I hardly ever used it. I had the “Death Battery” symbol described and I plugged it into the charger and got the yellow light but nothing else. Just that battery with exclamation mark. I logged onto my Amazon account and “Manage device content.” I deleted a couple of books just to get some connection between Amazon computers and my Kindle. I then checked on my Kindle Paperwhite and it is functional again and now showing 12% charge and all my books. WHOOPEE!!! Hope this works for you.

Elia

· August 19, 2021

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The battery symbol with the exclamation mark means your battery is no longer communicating with the device. Contact Amazon and depending on the age of the device they may replace it for you or if it is out of warranty you can try changing the battery out yourself.

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Kindle Paperwhite was dead this morning, plugged it into the wall, saw the orange light indicating charging, and forgot about it. About 8 hours later I couldn't turn it on and saw the battery symbol with the exclamation mark. What user PDN said below worked for me. I did the soft reset and after about 30 minutes plugged into my COMPUTER it came on fine.

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Very low battery. I found that plugging into computer helped, rather than by the wall plug. I also did the soft reset by holding down the wake up button for 45 seconds. It took about 20 - 30 min of being plugged into my computer and it awakened. I have no idea why this worked. I had it plugged into the wall (with a working plug and cord) for ~3 hrs to no avail. Tried this as a last ditch effort. Hope it works for you too :)

PDN

· August 24, 2020

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It means that your battery's completely drained, and the unit has lost communication with your home network because of the drained condition. The same thing can happen if you replace your router and your Kindle can't communicate with your network. Though in that case, you get a unique symbol for it. You should charge i… see more It means that your battery's completely drained, and the unit has lost communication with your home network because of the drained condition. The same thing can happen if you replace your router and your Kindle can't communicate with your network. Though in that case, you get a unique symbol for it. You should charge it from a charger block and not the computer, as it will charge faster. Not recommended opening it. Try restoring communication after about 30 minutes of charging and hold down the wake-up button for about 20 to 60 seconds. You will know when it is working as the Kindel Start-up screen will display. After about 45 minutes you should be up to about a 40% charge and most likely you will receive a software update. It will depend on how long it set with no charge. see less It means that your battery's completely drained, and the unit has lost communication with your home network because of the drained condition. The same thing can happen if you replace your router and your Kindle can't communicate with your network. Though in that case, you get a unique symbol for it. You should charge it from a charger block and not the computer, as it will charge faster. Not recommended opening it. Try restoring communication after about 30 minutes of charging and hold down the wake-up button for about 20 to 60 seconds. You will know when it is working as the Kindel Start-up screen will display. After about 45 minutes you should be up to about a 40% charge and most likely you will receive a software update. It will depend on how long it set with no charge.

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I am using amazon 2nd gen kindle's original charging cable with paper white, but was seeing this exclamation mark, also tried restarting by pressing power button for more than 20 second didn't work, but later removed kindle from the cover and put on charging for 10 minutes, tried resetting by using power button and it worked.

AshDay

· September 3, 2019

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I saw here that it meant the battery was no longer "good".
I changed the wire i was using and different cube and outlet and a few minutes later... it turned on. Try that before anything else. simple fix.

Victor

· September 29, 2021

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I’ve been charging for a day and the charge light is still yellow and the display is still the battery with exclamation point...is that normal?

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If your Kindle won’t charge, then it can be pretty frustrating. Although they tend to work pretty well, if you leave them off for a significant period of time, it can be difficult to get them back on and working again.

This is the same for most models, from the Paperwhite to the Oasis Kindle. The good news is that if you’re struggling to switch your device on, then there’s usually a fix to the problem. Then, you can get back to reading The Vanishing Half, or whatever else takes your fancy.

Why your Kindle won’t charge

There are a couple of different reasons why your Kindle may not be charging as normal. The first thing we really need to determine is whether it’s an issue with the software on your Kindle, or a problem with the hardware aka the Kindle itself (or its charger, which I’ll get to in a minute).

We can usually do this by looking at the display of your Kindle. If you plug it into charge, even with the wrong charger, you should see a dead battery screen (a battery with an exclamation mark on modern Kindles). This indicates that the Kindle software is working fine, and it’s probably a hardware problem.

But if you can’t even get the Kindle to turn on whatsoever, then this is almost definitely going to be a hardware problem. You may be able to tell this by looking at the charging light on the bottom of the device. If it’s plugged in and there’s no light, it could indicate a battery issue.

You’ll also want to consider whether the Kindle is just taking a long time to charge. If you’ve let it drain completely, then it can take a long time for it to get enough juice to turn on.

So if you’re stuck on the exclamation mark screen, then make sure you’ve left your Kindle on charge for an hour or more before concluding that there’s an actual problem with your device.

Reset the Kindle

It’s always a wise idea to start out by trying to reset your device. This is the same for most tablets, phones and other tech products – a quick reset can often fix the majority of problems.

You can easily do this by holding down the power button on the bottom of your Kindle for 40-50 seconds. First, try this whilst the Kindle isn’t plugged into any form of charging port (laptop or mains).

After you’ve done this a few times, it should work. If it doesn’t, then you’ll want to try the same thing whilst your device is plugged into a power source. It may take more than one attempt for this to work, so give it a good go before giving up. Plus, make sure that the charger port is completely clear of any dust.

Even if you aren’t quite sure why your Kindle isn’t working, it’s still a good idea to reset your device. Although it may take you a few tries to do this properly, it’s the first thing you should do if the battery won’t charge on a Kindle.

Use a different charger, original if possible

Actually, the most common reason why your Kindle won’t charge isn’t down to the device itself. Instead, it’s actually the responsibility of the charger that you’re using with your Kindle.

When you’re charging the Kindle, you want to make sure that you’re using the charger that came with it. This is easy enough if you’ve got a new Kindle, but with older ones, you may have lost the charger somewhere down the line.

If you try and charge the Kindle with a different less powerful charger, then there’s a good chance that it’s not going to work. If it does, then it’ll probably charge so slowly that it’ll take hours for it to get enough life for you to be able to turn it on.

This can also be the case if you try and charge your Kindle by plugging it into the USB port on your computer or laptop. It just hasn’t got sufficient charge for the device, especially if your laptop isn’t plugged in to charge too.

The charger that comes with the device is a 5 watt, 1 amp charger – the wattage is just the amperage multiplied by the voltage. Either way, if you don’t have the original charger, then at least try to use one with these same specifications.

In most cases, this is the reason why a Kindle battery won’t charge, or just charges really slowly.

Conclusion

There is actually a couple of other reasons why this is the case too. But unfortunately, they’re all going to be related to your hardware. This means checking your charger, power adapter, cable and the ports on your Kindle too.

If you’ve done this and found nothing, then it’s likely that the battery is completely dead and will need a replacement. Generally, Kindles tend to have quite a resilient battery that lasts a pretty long time, so it’s worth checking everything else first.

And if your battery is fine, then after you’ve tried the options above, you should have found a way to get the battery working on your Kindle device. It can only come down to the hardware (the Kindle itself and your charging cable) or the software on the Kindle itself. Or, potentially the power outlet you’re using too.

Even if you’ve turned it off for a month or more, you should still be able to get it back working as normal – it may just take a little time to do so. Plug it in and leave it for a few hours before coming to any conclusions.

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