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Old 02-20-2017, 07:27 AM   #1
Oibgzfka
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Lightbulb [KT3] 2 questions about the battery

1. I haven't used the KT3 for a few days, and the battery's considerably drained—it took a while to recharge—even though the screen was turned-off (not just on stand-by). Is this normal? If it is, then is there any way to conserve the charge when I'm not using the Kindle?

2. If I spend an extended period (let's say 6 months) without using the Kindle, how do I preserve the battery's life in the meantime? I mean, is leaving the reader idle for long stretches time a concern?
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