If you are using the Compatible charger and still your Kindle Won’t Charge then check the Micro-USB port present on your Kindle device. Sometimes, the loose port is the reason behind the problem as it interferes with the cable ability to transmit the power to Kindle. If the charging port is loose, you need to get it replaced.
Check and make sure that power outlet you are using to charge the Kindle Device is in proper working condition. You can check this by plugging-in any other device to the same power outlet and verify whether the power is flowing or not. If it is not working then get it repaired as soon as possible or try plugging in the Kindle fire in another power outlet.
If the most reliable way to charge the Kindle device is to connect your device to a power outlet using the Micro-USB cable and Amazon Kindle PowerFast Adapter. If you are using the adapter or cable which is not explicitly designed for the Kindle device, the charging connection could create the troubles. Always prefer to use the recommended cable or charger to charge the Kindle Device.
If you are unable to understand the reason behind the inability of the tablet to charge properly, you can just reboot the device. Sometimes, a simple system reboot can fix all the issues. Press and hold the power button for at least 30 seconds. Again, press the power button and check whether the device turns on or not. If the tablet is still off, plugin your Kindle fire charger and charge your tablet for about 20 minutes and then try to turn it on again. Hopefully, this will fix your problem. But, still, if your Kindle Won’t Turn On you can just contact the Kindle experts and seek their assistance to fix the problem.
The aforementioned troubleshooting steps can help you to fix the Kindle Not Charging error. But, if you still have a doubt, contact the experts and get the problem fixed in a short period.