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Why won't my new Proscan tablet charge properly?

The tablet came new with a 16percent charge and after hours of charge time will not charge beyond 19percent.

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The battery can't hold the charge. Defective.

Or the charger is defective and not outputting enough voltage.

This can be tested with a voltage tester. The charger should be outputting 5 volts.

A good purchase is an inexpensive voltage tester. Can be used for so many things.

Posted on Oct 11, 2014

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