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Looks like this is a common thing.  Here are my recommendations to troubleshoot this:

1. Do a hard reset.  Hold power and the home button at the same time until the Apple logo appears.  If this fixes it, great!

2.  Put the iPad in DFU mode.  Connect it to your computer, hold down the power button for 5 seconds.  While still holding power, hold down the home button for 15 seconds.  Once the apple logo appears, release the power button while still holding down the home button.  The "Connect to iTunes" screen should appear.  iTunes should prompt you to restore, which you should do.

3.  If those options do not work, its going to be an internal issue.  I would never recommend going to Geek Squad.  They don't know anything.  Apple will only swap out your device or "upgrade" it for a fee.  A good repair shop will be able to fix this.  Apple and Best Buy have great stores.  They just are not professional repair shops.

4.  This one is for repair shops.  This is either going to be a bad charging port (likely), a bad battery (not likely if this was abrupt and not a process), or a bad power IC.  Connecting the iPad to power and running through the power schematic shouldn't take long at all.  There should be an obvious failure at some point.  Unless its water damage, in which case you have yourself a nice rabbit hole.

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Looks like this is a common thing.  Here are my recommendations to troubleshoot this:

1. Do a hard reset.  Hold power and the home button at the same time until the Apple logo appears.  If this fixes it, great!

2.  Put the iPad in DFU mode.  Connect it to your computer, hold down the power button for 5 seconds.  While still holding power, hold down the home button for 15 seconds.  Once the apple logo appears, release the power button while still holding down the home button.  The "Connect to iTunes" screen should appear.  iTunes should prompt you to restore, which you should do.

3.  If those options do not work, its going to be an internal issue.  I would never recommend going to Geek Squad.  They don't know anything.  Apple will only swap out your device or "upgrade" it for a fee.  A good repair shop will be able to fix this.  Apple and Best Buy have great stores.  They just are not professional repair shops.

4.  This one is for repair shops.  This is either going to be a bad charging port (likely), a bad battery (not likely if this was abrupt and not a process), or a bad power IC.  Connecting the iPad to power and running through the power schematic shouldn't take long at all.  There should be an obvious failure at some point.  Unless its water damage, in which case you have yourself a nice rabbit hole.

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Origineel bericht door: Josh W ,

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Looks like this is a common thing.  Here are my recommendations to troubleshoot this:

1. Do a hard reset.  Hold power and the home button at the same time until the Apple logo appears.  If this fixes it, great!

2.  Put the iPad in DFU mode.  Connect it to your computer, hold down the power button for 5 seconds.  While still holding power, hold down the home button for 15 seconds.  Once the apple logo appears, release the power button while still holding down the home button.  The "Connect to iTunes" screen should appear.  iTunes should prompt you to restore, which you should do.

3.  If those options do not work, its going to be an internal issue.  I would never recommend going to Geek Squad.  They don't know anything.  Apple will only swap out your device or "upgrade" it for a fee.  A good repair shop will be able to fix this.  Apple and Best Buy have great stores.  They just are not professional repair shops.

4.  This one is for repair shops.  This is either going to be a bad charging port (likely), a bad battery (not likely if this was abrupt and not a process), or a bad power IC.  Connecting the iPad to power and running through the power schematic shouldn't take long at all.  There should be an obvious failure at some point.  Unless its water damage, in which case you have yourself a nice rabbit hole.

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