7" RCA tablet released in 2014, identified by model number RCT6773W22.

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Tablet won't turn on

Tablet will not turn on. When power button pressed, screen shows a darkly whiteish screen. Nothing happens. We have even pressed resetbutton a few times. Still nothung

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my RCA computer tablet just quit working it went off


There is a reset hole on back of tablet next to the SD card slot. Use a paperclip to reset ( you should feel a slight click) then hold power button and voila!!!


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Sandy, read through a few forums on RCA tablet won't turn on, most of them suggest, push the power and volume up button down at the same time for 10-20 seconds. Try this once or twice. If it does not turn on wait a few minutes and try holding down power and volume button again. They also state to try charging it through your computer, as some times the USB will some how kick start the charging again in case of faulty tablet charger. Check and read the links attached for more info. on how to power up your tablet.

Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck.

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my tablet still inst working i tryed everything


Your a genius.


My tablet isn’t turning on and I’ve pressed down the power and volume up button at the same time and I even charged it. It isn’t turning on


My tablet is not coming on at all what should I do


Yeah mine did the same easy fix..... Throw the ##&&% away


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My wife’s RCA tablet had been dropped and would not “turn on”. I placed it on a different charger to make sure the charger wasn’t defective and while charging, I heard a chime from the tablet so I then I felt it had to be something with the display. Upon opening the unit, I found that the ribbon cable that connects the primary board to the display had been pulled from its socket. The cable was secured with a piece of tape on the battery and when dropped, the weight of the battery pulled the ribbon cable from its socket. Reinserted cable and all is well.

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