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Hi Cris. I do not know how long exactly but would think about 4 years. When I heard that Kindle have experienced problems with this particular model (4.1.1) I believe that they should have recalled those that have had problems(as they do with vehicles) and either- !) repaired them free of charge 2) offered a good discount on a new one. 3). Given a new one to the customers. Basically because those customers have purchased faulty goods unknowingly and I know for a fact that other companies do this. It would be good consumer/kindle relationship when the company knew that this problem exists with only some of their goods and is not owners fault. What do you think?
Contact Kindle Support at(###) ###-####They will ship a replacement out to you. However it could be possible there maybe a trade-in fee. That will be totally at the discretion. When you receive it, register it to your Kindle account and you will have immediate access to your books in your archives.
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Yes I Agree but I think that Kindle has played things very quietly and not announced it hoping that many owners will never notice - and they would be quite correct. Perhaps they are quietly replacing them as we speak. And I have to admit that mine is quite old in computer terms and at this stage I would not expect a free replacement - discounted one would be nice though. Thank you for your help although to charge me #19.00 for telling me what I already knew and virtually told you is a little steep. But you have done your job well and I did agree. Thank you. ***** *****.