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Old 09-04-2012, 05:47 AM   #12
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3.0volt, no load, on a 3.7volt Li-polymer battery after a night stay is NOT "OK".
Continue to charge it, but if it has been left discharged for "some time" that your first post seems to imply, it may not recover.

The specific order of the messages quoted indicates that the ROM kernel was not successful in starting the eDDR2 RAM, loading the RAM kernel, and transfering control to it.
I.E: it fell back to continuing to run the ROM kernel (perhaps after a low voltage reset).

If charging the battery in the Kindle - -
The battery management has probably defaulted to the 24hour curve - -
Leave the battery to charge to the 3.7 .. 3.8 volt range - which may take days in this case.

O.T:
There is work in progress to help deal with this situation in another thread here.
Yours is at least the third k3 reported in this condition.

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