(1) ok take another well known working charger and try that could be a bad cable (2) look near around port give it a blow or wipe ensure its clean no loose particle (3) lastly if none work you , take the charger back to another advice verify charge if not there may a charger port damage and need professional replacement. Cheers.
have you tried clicking continue? usually this occurs on new devices , you can go ahead and click continue and choose none in the credit card section than ok and it should allow you to move forward. if it doesnt , it means there was probably a previously used app trying to request funds for continuation, you can also decide if you wish to pay and continue or cancel the subscription if any.
hi it would be up to you if you would like to give up or not but the clamps do need to be in place with a solid connection to allow proper use of the digitizer. If you would like and have the tools you can try and solder if you have the parts, if not there is always the option of repair by a repair store but it is a kindle and anything after your replacement digitizer the first time may be costing you excessive money more than its worth. So your choice if you want to try and fix it, grab a new one completely, or just leave it alone comes down to its worth and usage.
""1.8L I4 engine's total capacity for an oil change with filter replacement is 3.9 U.S. Quarts (3.7 liters)"" this would all depend on what you are doing, if you are just trying to top up then maybe you will not need all of this, but if you are gonna do a full service , oil filter etc then that would be the recommended needed amount. There can be many reasons to this, if it is recent i recommend try to take it back to the dealership and have it checked out if possible before you start spending more funds.
Yes it would be possible to match up , but some research and power/current relations must be checked but i recommend going with the original part always . List the Model number in the comments of your actual laptop and maybe one of my fellow team members may be able to respond with some help. As for the replacement, most of these are soldered on so that would depend on your skill level and having the required tools such as soldering station or hot air station etc. I highly recommend professional replacement but if you think you are cable and have the tools , go for it and good luck.
try these steps-.....https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-28103 but sounds like you need a new screen . if it doesnt work after the reset. there are many other reasons for screens to go ba other than water.
yes it is possible to do the glass only but it is not a simple job, i highly advise purchasing complete as glass only requires specific tools that you may or may not have access to and the chance of breaking/burning the lcd is very high