Kindle Fire Wont Charge-Support
If you have trouble charging your Kindle Fire, the problem may be the tablet, the charging cable, the micro USB power connector or a faulty power outlet. After performing some basic troubleshooting steps and still your Kindle won't charge, you may need to contact the dealer from whom you purchased your device or Kindle Customer Support for further assistance.
Reset the Kindle Fire
Even if you do not understand why the tablet cannot be loaded properly, sometimes the problem can be solved simply by restarting your Kindle Fire. Press and hold the "On" button for at least 20 seconds. Press the "On" button again to see if the device will turn on again. If the tablet remains off, connect the Kindle Fire charger and wait 15 minutes before attempting to turn it on again.
Check the Kindle Fire charging cable
The fastest way to recharge your Kindle Fire is to connect your tablet to a power outlet with a micro USB cable and an Amazon Kindle Power Fast adapter. If you are using a cable or adapter that is not specifically designed for the Kindle Fire, then the charging connection may be the problem. If you try to recharge your device, be sure to do so with products that are guaranteed to be compatible with your tablet.
Check the USB connections
If you are using a compatible charging cable and your tablet still does not charge, look more closely at the micro USB port on your Kindle Fire. Sometimes, this connection can break, which can affect the ability of the cable to properly power your device. If your connection is lost, you may have to buy a replacement part.
Making assured the Power Outlet Works
Make assured the outlet you are using is working correctly. Plug another device into the same outlet to make sure that the power is flowing. If after all you’re initial troubleshooting efforts, you are no longer satisfied with charging your Kindle Fire, check your tablet's receipt and warranty and contact kindle customer service or send an email.
I hope this quick guide will be useful for everyone else when your kindle won’t work.