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If you bought it used it may be registered to someone else. Sign on to amazon.com Below the search bar you'll see help. Go to device support and look for Contact Us. Fill in the info and someone can call you. By past experience it should be same day or very early next day. They will talk you through it.

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Mar 02, 2016


They don't look difficult in my android tablet. If you are a doit person anyway just pop the back off carefully and look. I did mine.

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Feb 28, 2016


Don't pay it any more

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Feb 21, 2016


From the Home Menu swipe down to get the pull down menu. Select the gear on the right hand side which is Settings. Select the Language option which you'll probably have to figure out by translating the word Language to whatever language the tablet is current set to.. If the menus are in the same order as in English it should be immediately after the Keyboard option which you may have to translate to the tablets language. The first option under Keyboard sets the language for the table. Select the first option. If those options are in English select English.

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Feb 05, 2016


Go online with amazon.com Place cursor on Your Account, click Your account from the list. It will ask you to sign in before it takes you to the list of what you can do. Look for add credit/debit card and click that. You can add something different of update the expire date if you still have that card.

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Dec 24, 2015


go online to amazon.com Below the address bar you will see "Your Account" Place cursor over that and choose Your account at the top of list. I'd say for this click on Kindle help home(on right side) Next page click Contact us on the left. Fill in info and request phone call.

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Dec 24, 2015


Hello Jenny
If Kindle and Amazon are saying there is a problem than there is. If you haven't used the cards with them for a while, go into your account and check the expiry dates. Our new cards come, but we often forget to update details online at sites like Amazon who hold your card details. If the dates and the number itself are OK, then check that the address on your credit card statement is EXACTLY the same as on your Amazon account. If all that checks out, contact your credit card company and ask whey the payment to Amazon was refused?

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Dec 09, 2015


Maybe you need to sync to cloud?

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Dec 01, 2015


you will have to ask Amazon tech support that question .

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Nov 30, 2015


not sure of the button to press on your to switch from numbers to letters but they all do it . read your manual

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Nov 30, 2015


If the battery isn't too far gone, here's how to revive it: Plug the device into the Kindle A/C adapter (not your computer) and let it charge for a few hours. Be sure the charging light is lit -- sometimes a drained Kindle will stop charging a few seconds after you plug it in. Unplug and replug until the light stays on steadily, then leave it alone. Most of the time you'll come back to a restored Kindle. If not, go on to step 2. If you still see the same Critical Battery screen after charging, unplug the USB cord, then hold the power slide to the right for at least 20 seconds. Release the power slide, then immediately press and hold the Home key for another 30 - 45 seconds. Once the Kindle's screen begins to flash, release the Home key. The eReader will boot to recovery mode. To continue, press and hold the R key until the screen flashes again. After the device is finished rebooting, you may see the Critical Battery screen once more. If so, plug in the USB cord and wait for the Kindle to return to the Home screen. - See more at: http://www.laptopmag.com/articles/kindle-critical-battery-error#sthash.Rtxwp4El.dpuf

How To Restore Your Kindle If It Experiences Critical Battery Error

f you can't get past step 3, the battery might be too far gone. Contact Kindle customer service via phone (866-321-8851) to walk through extra troubleshooting steps. If they can't revive it, Amazon will usually replace the eReader for free. - See more at: http://www.laptopmag.com/articles/kindle-critical-battery-error#sthash.Rtxwp4El.dpuf
How To Restore Your Kindle If It Experiences Critical Battery Error

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Nov 01, 2015


Sorry we have no idea as we know none of the information required

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Oct 13, 2015


Sorry but no one from Fixya had sent you any password. Please contanct Amazon Kindle for your problem

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Oct 03, 2015


In general all credit cards are replaced in local bank with card issuer if question is regarding date of expire for this card.

Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Sep 24, 2015


They have user manuals that they will point you to online.
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Amazon Kindle 1 | Answered on Sep 08, 2015

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