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The 2014 edition of the Kindle, part of the 7th generation, includes a touchscreen and same form-factor as the Kindle Paperwhite, but lacks the backlight.

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Kindle Basic 2 (2016) (SN Prefix G000K9) broken component repair

I had a faulty power button on my Kindle. I tried to open it up but while doing so I popped off one of the soldered component. I did managed to find that small broken component. Can anyone tell me what that might be? Would I be able to solder it myself or will I need a professional help would be better?

I have encircled it in the pic below

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And here a pic of the component (if that helps)

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Update: Everything seems to be working fine except touchscreen. Now I’m regretting opening this.

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@biswassudipta05 hard to see and hard to determine without a schematic. It appears to be a capacitor. If you do know how to solder small components like the one you popped off, then yes you can resolder it. If you do not have any experience with it, practice on a separate board first or let somebody with some more experience solder it for you.

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I did tried to solder it myself, well didn't worked. Will take it to a repair shop hopefully they might be able to help. Thanks

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Sudipta Biswas zal eeuwig dankbaar zijn.
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