Tablet Won't Power On ¶ 

No matter what you do, you can't get your tablet to turn on.

Drained Battery ¶ 

Charge your tablet with a charging cord plugged into a power source. i.e. Wall outlet or computer USB port.

Dead Battery ¶ 

If the device has a functioning power supply and charging port the problem lies with a bad battery. Replace battery.

Tablet Won't Wake Up ¶ 

Tablet screen will not turn on with a click of the power button.

Drained Battery ¶ 

Charge your tablet with a charging cord plugged into a power source. i.e. Wall outlet or computer USB port.

Broken Display ¶ 

If the device is fully charged and will power on, but the display will not turn on, the problem is most likely due to a malfunctioning display. Replace Display Assembly.

Tablet Won't Charge ¶ 

The tablet will not charge when plugged into a charger.

Broken Wire ¶ 

Try different charging cables into the same power source. If the device refuses to charge the problem is probably a bad power source.

Broken Power Source ¶ 

Try different outlet connectors, or plug into a working USB port on a computer. If the device refuses to charge the problem is most likely a broken charging port.

Broken Charging Port ¶ 

If the problem is a broken charging port, you will need to replace the port.

Frozen Screen ¶ 

The screen is frozen on the same screen.

Frozen Application ¶ 

Touch the home icon on the bottom of the screen. If the device does not return to a functioning home screen the problem most likely is an overheated CPU.

Overheated CPU ¶ 

Hold the power button simultaneously with the volume up button. This will make the device enter a soft reset. Leave in a cool place until device is back to room temperature.

No Sound from Earphones ¶ 

Plugged in earphones won't produce sound from tablet

Volume is Muted ¶ 

Turn volume up from zero to hear audio in earphones. If audio is still not working, the problem most likely is a broken earphones.

Broken Earphones ¶ 

Plug in working earphones with the volume raised. If the audio is still refusing to work the earphone port is most likely broken.

Broken Earphone Port ¶ 

If the earphone port is broken, replace the earphone port.

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