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Make sure that you're attempting to connect to the right WiFi hotspot. The tablet may be attempting to connect to a WiFi signal that different from what you expect (a neighbor's, etc.).
Once you're certain that your accessing the intended WiFi signal, attempt your password again. Depending on model tablet, you may be able to keep the password displayed as you type for review before entering to connect. If not, carefully review each character on screen after touching each to see that it is correct (not capitalized, or number or symbol instead). Backspace as needed to make corrections as needed.
After seeing that the WiFi password is being sent properly to the intended WiFi signal, you will connect.
Either the charger or the battery is faulty, from the sound of your fault description. If the tablet will turn on and run normally when the charger is plugged in, then the problem most likely lies with the battery. If it will not run even when the charger is on, then the charger is most likely the cause of the fault. If your tablet is still under warranty, either problem should be repaired free
Not seen a manual as such but a dummy or similar guide to Android is likely to have one.
Most android keyboards including jellybean (4.2) are pretty standard.
The up arrow is shift for capitals and hold for a couple of seconds to get all caps rather than one and then return to lower case.
Bottom from right - ?123 is for numbers and symbols and it toggles.
The symbol next to it is for speaking commands rather than type.
long blank is the space bar, then dot,
Left arrow is carriage return or enter. Above this the x with white arrow is backspace delete. A multidot symbol toggles the keyboard on and off the screen.
Normally when you enter a field on a form the keyboard automatically appears. It also appears when you enter a browser address box etc.