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Old 07-01-2017, 05:59 PM   #3
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Device: No K1, PW2, KV, KOA
Those log messages are an indication of serious internal damage to the hardware.

Not a reason for hope.
(Unless you where hoping to destroy the device.)

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A PW-3?
It does not "require hours" to disassemble.
The front bezel is attached with reusable glue, peel it off and it is opened.
Use the master index to find a teardown (for any of the touch screen devices) to show you how to ease that bezel off the Kindle.

Once you get it open and the motherboard taken off of the display (Kindles are built of only two parts, unless you count the battery as a part)

Put the motherboard back into the dry rice - wait.
wait for days - there is no commonly recommended length

Put the parts back together, follow Cinisajoy's directions in the post above - report back with the result.
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